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Flare stacks



High-temperature combustion with a flare stack is a suitable solution for the treatment of all kinds of contaminated gas. This also applies to highly corrosive gas and process air that would not burn its own.


1. LT (low Temperature) flare stacks
Simple flare, burning chamber not insulated
For gases that are not subject to specific emission limits

2. MT (medium temperature) flare stacks for temperatures of up to 1,050°C (Celcius)
High-temperature flare with insulated burning chamber
For gases that require combustion and exhaust temperatures higher than 1,000°C, according to TA-Luft standards

3. HT (high temperature) flare stacks for temperatures of up to 1,250°C
High-temperature flare with reinforced insulation in the burning chamber and with an extended range of control
For gases that require combustion and exhaust temperatures of up to 1,250°C and a minimum flue gas residence time of more than 0.3 seconds




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