Gas Flare Electrical Systems

Rhino Controls Dual Flare Ignition Panels

Relay-Based Control Dual Flare Ignition System was designed by Rhino Controls to allow operators ability to replace any part of the control system the same day a malfunction is detected; callout systems, shutdowns, and annunciations still utilized in relay-based control panel system. Result in 98% to 100% successful functioning of flare. Self-Igniting Pilot Control was designed by Rhino Controls to intelligently discern if pilot has gone out and continuously attempts to re-ignite until it succeeds; includes flame-sensing technology that reports any issues with the flare tip. Our Dual Flare Control Panels are designed to Code and Area of Classification specifications, as well as keeping field operators and service technicians in mind.

*All new PLC integrated option available.

Rhino Controls Dual Flare Ignition Panel

 

Advantages:

  •  Automatic Smart ignition and re-ignition of flare
  • Temperature display on front panel
  • Gas flow indication and ignition verification on front panel
  • Relay based control for easy part replacement
  • Automatic shutdown of gas supply via high level switch/solenoid Valve
  • Ability to wireless connect to 3rd Party SCADA systems
  • Ease of use by field operators
  • Customizable with your site’s other panels
  • Comply with EPA regulations for flare stack operations

Design Features:

  •  Large indicators and alarm lights and temperature display
  • Multiple configurations
  • SCADA integration ready

 

 Rhino Controls Ultra Violet Monitors(CEMs) 

The Rhino Controls pilot monitor was designed and developed in order to satisfy several objectives: remote flame detection, reliability, durability, ease of maintenance, and rapid response time. The result is an extremely reliable, durable and inexpensive pilot monitoring device. The Rhino Controls is used to detect the presence of a pilot flame at distances of up to 500 feet. If the monitor detects the absence of flame or “flame failure” for an adjustable amount of time, a set of dry form C contacts are activated and the pilot re-ignition system is set into motion. The response time is much quicker than when using a standard thermocouple because the Rhino Controls reacts instantaneously. A standard thermocouple goes into alarm only after it has cooled down below the set temperature of the thermocouple controller, whereas the monitor can immediately sense the loss of flame.

The Rhino Controls measures a specific narrow band of ultraviolet radiation that is common only to burning hydrocarbons. The sensitivity of the monitor is such that it can detect radiation from an 8 inch flame at a distance of 500 feet. The ultraviolet wavelength can be sensed through a veritable barrage of fog, rain, sleet, smog, or even smoke. The Rhino Controls can be located at any position (full 360 degrees) relative to the flare stack since solar ultraviolet rays have no effect on the monitor. Most infrared detectors cannot be positioned so that they face east or west due to false readings and interference from the sun. The Rhino Controls is technologically superior to infrared pilot monitors and is a more economical option. Another obvious advantage is ease of maintenance given that the monitor is located at grade.

Rhino Controls Ultraviolet Monitors (CEMs)

 

Advantages:

  • Instantaneous response time
  • Ease of maintenance-located at grade
  • Durability-not located in flame impingement zone
  • Ultraviolet detection (not affected by the sun)
  • Penetrates fog, rain, sleet, smog or smoke
  • Comply with EPA regulations for flare stack operations

Design Features:

  •  Alarm for flame out
  • Monitor for auto-ignition control systems
  • Monitor for safely flaring toxic gases

 

Gas Flare Data Logger

Rhino Controls product line of Dual Flare Control Panels have the option of providing monitoring of the flare and pilot flame to be continuously monitored by the thermocouple. When the automatic ignition system is employed, the system ensure ignition when waste gas is present. The time, date, and duration of any loss of flare, pilot flame, or auto-ignition is recorded. Records of hours or use are keep for all units and on-line time is track and log for emission estimates and actual emissions inventories are calculated. Local storage of these records are keep in the control panel for up to 3 years or can be batch to a SCADA platform over Ethernet or wireless network.

 

References:

Rhino Controls Gas Flare Electrical Systems Brochure

 

Find out more about GET and how we can provide a Rhino Controls Gas Flare System for your company:

Phone: 469-317-3456

E-mail: sales@globalenergytech.net

Web site: www.globalenergytech.net

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