“It’s hard to flare liquid propane in a tank that has been water injected.” By: Ron Huffman, 06/05/2021 Updated 04/22/2023 Whether you’re conducting a training evolution or on an actual incident, if the propane tank has water in it, you’ll need to remove the water prior to liquid flaring operations. If you don’t, you’ll most likely… Read more »
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The New York Special Operations Branch, NYS Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Services has increased their propane response capabilities by adding 3 1-inch propane flares and 3 propane water injection kits.
We would like to thank Bob Royall and the Harris County Hazardous Materials Response Team (Texas) for their purchase of a Water Injection Kit.
We would like to congratulate the City of Macclenny Fire Department FL for their purchase of a Water Injection Kit.
Congratulations to the Special Operations Branch, NYS Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Services, Office of Fire Prevention and Control on their recent purchase. We demonstrated this unit this year at the Propane Emergency Training Conference in September and shortly thereafter they had a response that it would have been beneficial. Their new 2-inch propane… Read more »
The state of Michigan has a new response tool. Congratulations MABAS 3201 Hazmat Team, Independence Fire Department, Clarkston, MI for the purchase of a 1” Responder Flare! You now have the one and only flaring system on the market designed, tested and built by responders for responders.
Recently we were able to spend some time with the Southern Manatee Fire Department’s Hazardous Materials Team. We provided three days of our water injection training that included classroom presentations and practical evolutions with our custom liveleak prop. The students utilized their new 1 inch “Responder Flare” (aka The Dragon Slayer) in conjunction with their… Read more »
We were able to provide our Emergency Water Injection Class at the 2017 IAHMR Indiana HazMat Conference held in Lafayette Indiana on Friday the 13th. The students received classroom time and hands on experience that included a leaking 650 gallon bobtail simulator and 100 lb cylinder. See it in Action