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Article archive for Rembe GmbH SAFETY + CONTROL;

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The most important explosion safety systems at a glance 12 February 2021

Which protective system is the right one for my application? Depending on the results of the hazard and risk analysis, a number of proven precautions need to be taken. They are divided into explosion prevention and explosion protection....

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Safe and economical processing of bulk materials 05 October 2020

During the processing of combustible bulk materials, there is always a risk of explosions. In most cases, each piece of equipment at a plant is considered separately in order to derive suitable measures for explosion safety. However, it is more effective to look at a facility as a whole and to develop integrated explosion safety concepts. This both improves process safety and saves operational costs....

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REMBE Safety Days Digital Home Edition – Event continues via video conference 05 May 2020

In recent years, the ‘REMBE Safety Days’ series of events has repeatedly made Brilon a meeting place for global explosion safety and process safety. The content of the events was to present and discuss current topics in these areas as well as to create a platform for networking....

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The underestimated explosion hazards of solid biofuels 30 October 2015

The growing trend of converting existing coal-fired plants to more environmentally-friendly fuels such as biomass requires operators to take a careful look at any potential increased risk of explosion and other potential safety issues. In this article, Johannes Lottermann and Francesca Vincenzi of Rembe GmbH Safety & Control analyse dust explosion risk in biomass plants and propose mitigation solutions. ...

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Explosion protection for bulk solids 15 July 2015

All companies that process bulk solids have their own specific features, yet their plants all have certain components, although they may vary in arrangement. These include unloading stations, conveyors, elevators, screens, dryers, mills and filters. In this article, Johannes Lottermann of REMBE GmbH Safety + Control looks at each element of a plant on its own and describes the explosion protection it requires. ...

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Rembe UK - HazardEx 2014 Exhibitor 23 December 2013

It is their several million hours of engineering experience that makes REMBE truly exceptional. As architects of industrial safety and measurement technology, covering bursting discs, explosion protection and measurement technology, REMBE engineers invent new and appropriate solutions for any task, every single day....

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Rembe says its bursting discs can be more effective in refineries than safety valves 25 April 2012

Safety valves are used in refinery processes to guard against hazardous overpressures. Safety valves provide numerous advantages, opening when pressure becomes too high and automatically closing after venting. However, a drawback is that safety valves are very maintenance-intensive, and cannot always ensure liquid containment....

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Dust explosion containment 08 December 2009

Rembe has launched the Q-Rohr-3 and Q-BOX which guarantee indoor dust explosion containment, as well as being maintenance-free, with no measureable operating costs, providing great economic benefits when compared with active suppression systems....

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Are you properly protected against dust explosions? 07 November 2008

The presence of dust in industrial processes is a constant cause for concern in many manufaturing sectors. The European ATEX directives lay down firm guidelines as how to operate process plant safely. Operators are strongly advised to fit additional constructive explosion protection in plants operating with fine dusts and these measures should be undertaken in addition to explosion venting with relief panels. ...