Fire fighting

Fire fighting

A-Inergen systems – Inert gases 1- The INERGEN Firefighting System protects enclosed areas where people may exist, fire may strike day or night, and damage from conventional agents cannot be tolerated. 2- It is the best fire protection for electrical instrument. 3- INERGEN extinguishes fire by reducing the oxygen level in a room to below…

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Nitrogen

Nitrogen

A colorless, odorless, chemically inert gas Technical Information: Chemical Symbol: N2 Molecular Weight: 28.01 Specific Volume 13.8 ft3/lb (0.86 m3/kg) Shipping Information: Proper Name: Nitrogen, Compressed Hazard Class: 2.2 I.D. Number: UN 1066 Labels: Nonflammable Gas Grade Purity Impurity Specification Purity Gr. 6.0 99.9999% Oxygen H2O Total Hydrocarbons CO/CO2 < 0.15 ppm < 0.15 ppm…

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Helium

Helium

A colorless, odorless, tasteless, inert gas. Technical Information: Chemical Symbol: He Molecular Weight: 4.003 Specific Volume (6.0 m3/kg) Shipping Information: Proper Name: Helium, Compressed Hazard Class: 2.2 I.D. Number: UN 1046 Labels: Nonflammable Gas Grade Purity Impurity Specification Purity Gr. 6.0 99.9999% Oxygen H2O Nitrogen Total Hydrocarbons CO/CO2 < 0.5 ppm < 0.1 ppm <…

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Argon

Argon

A chemically inert, colorless, odorless, nontoxic gas Technical Information: Chemical Symbol: Ar Molecular Weight: 39.948 Specific Volume (0.606 m3/kg) Shipping Information: Proper Name: Argon, Compressed Hazard Class: 2.2 I.D. Number: UN 1006 Labels: Nonflammable Gas Grade Purity Impurity Specification Purity Gr. 6.0 99.9999% Oxygen H2O Nitrogen Total Hydrocarbons < 0.15 ppm < 0.15 ppm <…

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oxygen

Oxygen

A colorless, odorless, tasteless, highly oxidizing gas Technical Information: Chemical Symbol: O2 Molecular Weight: 32 Specific Volume (0.76 m3/kg) Shipping Information: Proper Name: Oxygen, Compressed Hazard Class: 2.2 I.D. Number: UN 1072 Labels: Nonflammable Gas, Oxidizer Grade Purity Impurity Specification Purity Gr. 6.0 99.9999% H2 H2O < 0.5 ppm < 0.5 ppm Purity Gr.5.0 99.999%…

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Hydrogen

Hydrogen

A colorless, odorless, flammable gas Technical Information: Chemical Symbol: H2 Molecular Weight: 2.02 Specific Volume 192 ft3/lb (11.9 m3/kg) Shipping Information: Proper Name: Hydrogen, Compressed Hazard Class: 2.1 I.D. Number: UN 1049 Labels: Flammable Gas Grade Purity Impurity Specification Purity Gr. 6.0 99.9999% Oxygen H2O < 0.2 ppm < 0.8 ppm Purity Gr.5.0 99.999% Oxygen…

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Ethyhlene

Ethyhlene

Ethylene is a small unsaturated hydrocarbon consisting of two carbon atoms joined by double bond with the formula C2H4 . It is found naturally as a gaseous component in petroleum deposits, and the ability of ethylene to polymerize has been utilized by petrochemical industry to produce the now –ubiquitous plastics. Ethylene is a natural plant…

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Sulfur dioxide

Sulfur dioxide

Sulfur dioxide (also sulphur dioxide) is the chemical compound with the formula SO2. It is produced by volcanoes and in various industrial processes. Since coal and petroleum often contain sulfur compounds, their combustion generates sulfur dioxide. Further oxidation of SO2, usually in the presence of a catalyst such as NO2, forms H2SO4, and thus acid…

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Ammonia

Ammonia Is a chemical compound of nitrogen and hydrogen with the formula NH3. It is a colorless gas that is about one half as dense as air at ordinary temperatures and pressures. It has a characteristic pungent, penetrating odor. Ammonia has also been called alkaline air and volatile alkali. Ammonia in Nature: Most of the…

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Gas Pressure reducing station

Gas Pressure reducing station

Delivery pressure needed for power stations for these gases is about 5 bar, this is achieved by pressure reducing equipments installed downstream gas racks. Carbon dioxide needs also vaporizers or heaters upstream the pressure reducing station as ant freezing to prevent blocking at pressure reducing stations, an expansion unit is also installed downstream pressure reducing…

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Hydrogen Compressor

Hydrogen gas is supplied directly from H2 generator to power plant. Extra gas production should be stored at high pressure in pressure vessels which are 2 types: 1-Fixed type named as Modular sieve. 2-Mobile type referred to as H2 racks. Usually both types exist in power plants. The mobile type will serve the same as…

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Hydrogen

Hydrogen

Hydrogen is very essential gas in power stations; it is the cooling media of the generators. Hydrogen flow is a closed cycle but loss of gas occurs daily, hydrogen is generated and stored in power stations to be used to compensate for the gas loss, 10 to 15 M3/ H is quite enough. Three types…

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