The Best Propane Flare on the Market! When you need to reduce a propane tanks volume or drop the pressure quickly to protect lives and property, there’s really only one choice, ask for “THE RESPONDER PROPANE FLARE” aka “The Dragon Slayer”
When you think about flares ask yourself this, can you have too much capacity? The answer is no! Can you have more than you normally need, sure, and you should.
Why Flare Propane
Flaring or the burning of propane through a flare stack is done for multiple reasons. When the propane industry needs to service a tank or move it, they typically transfer the liquid to another tank and then burn off the remaining pressure. Responders on the other hand typically use flares to reduce a tanks volume or its internal pressure. This could be necessary due to some type of physical damage; a leak that can’t be stopped or to reduce the volume of a tank has been overfilled.
The bulk of the incidents that we respond to range from small cylinders to residential tanks (500 and 1000 gallon). A small flare may be all you need given the tanks volume. There are a couple of caveats: first, if the tanks been overfilled the faster you can gain vapor space the better (liquid removal). Or depending on the type of incident, you may need to force auto-refrigeration quickly to reduce internal pressure (vapor removal). In either case, time and temperature are your enemy. In these cases, the size of your flare matters a lot. The greater the flares capacity the quicker you can evacuate product and hopefully complete the task at hand safely.
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