Fire Detection for Compressor Stations

Industry | Compressor Stations

Compressor stations require continuous gas and flame monitoring due to the following factors:
» Constant high stress on the machinery.
» Vibration, spills, high pressure leaks and fugitive emissions
» In the natural gas stream, hydrogen sulfide, liquids and undesirable particles can corrode components such as pipelines.
» Possibility of seals or gaskets failing, allowing the fuel to come into contact with heated parts and an ignition source.

Learn more about how to mitigate these risks and implement fire detection for compressor stations by contacting us.

Challenges

Flame detection and suppression systems must detect flames rapidly to prevent a widespread fire within the compressor station. Gas detection systems must also be present to detect a build-up of combustible gases that may come into contact with an ignition source and cause a fire. Detection needs to occur in all areas of the compressor station to protect equipment and personnel. 

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