flame trap

flame trap

[′flām ‚trap]
(engineering)
A device that prevents a gas flame from entering the supply pipe.
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Tenders are invited for Supply of exhaust gas cooler and exhaust flame trap
Power is supplied by a 44-kw Deutz F4L 912W diesel fitted with flame trap and fume dilution, which drives a 3-circuit hydraulic system.
The NEW promeos in-situ premix burner is built on a new concept of micro premixing via a 3D-channel structure just before the flame front an approach called MFT mixing flame trap .
On May 6, 1974, I was serving as the third engineering officer on the MV Helmsman heading for Plymouth when the flame traps in the funnel of this fuel tanker caught fire.
Importantly, from a cost saving and health and safety perspective, the 3GHI Protection System fitted to both models negates the need for flame traps thus reducing maintenance or operational downtime.
Groth Corporation possesses the prestigious ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems certification, conferred by TUV SUD America Inc, in the design and manufacture of Pressure/Vacuum Relief Valves, Deflagration and Detonation Flame Arresters, Emergency Relief Valves, Waste Gas Burners, Blanket Gas Regulators, Sediment Traps, Flame Traps, Check Valves and Drip Traps.
The unit can also be supplied with self-cleaning flame traps, which clear themselves of exhaust fouling, further reducing maintenance costs and downtime.