NFPA Approved Suppression Systems to Protect People and Plants
A deflagration in an explosion requires four elements: fuel, oxygen, an ignition source and confined space.
What are you doing to protect your facility?
IEP/Hoerbiger offers three types of systems that are employed for explosion venting: venting, isolation, and suppression. Recent changes instituted by OSHA have clearly provided guidelines for planning for and preventing a catastrophic event. This new directive addresses combustible dust and equipment covered including dust collection systems, mixers, blenders, pulverizers, mills, dryers, ovens, filters, pneumatic conveyors and screw conveyors.
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