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Bracing for the flare
The flare was braced in a star formation of 6 steel cables, so that it remains secure and stable even in storms.

An Impressive Natural Gas Flare

The customer requirement: gases and vapours must be disposed of in an environment-friendly manner. The solution was a 30-metre high flaring system.

The excess gas flaring system was prefabricated in the factory of Kremsmueller Industrieanlagenbau. All the components were subjected to hardness tests and surface crack tests. The results are proof of the outstanding work by the experts from Kremsmueller.
 
The excess gas flaring system consists of a 5 metre high separator, with a transition into a 22 metre long flare pipe. The diameter tapers here from 1200 to about 400 millimetres. With the burner head at the tip of the flare, the structure reaches out 30 metres into the sky.
 
The flare was erected by the experienced fitters from Kremsmüller. The flaring system weighs 11 tonnes, all resting on a pipe with a diameter of just 150 millimetres. Six steel cables hold the structure firmly in position. Even in heavy storms, the flare remains secure and stable and continues to reliably do its job.
 
 
Click on the right-hand side on "Contact" to directly get in touch with the experts for this project. You can read more on the flaring of gases here wikipedia.com.
11 metric tonnes on 150 millimetres
The pipe that supports the 11-tonne flaring system has a diameter of a mere 150 millimetres.
30-metre flare for natural gas
An impressive gas flaring system was manufactured and installed for the leading oil and natural gas company in Central Europe.
Flare for natural gas field
The flaring system reaches 30 metres into the heavens.