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CO2 | N2 – Inerting systems

INERTING is an effective method to prevent explosions and fires.

A proven technology is the use of Carbon Monoxide (CO) analysis for early fire-detection and Oxygen (O2) analysis to monitor the inert atmosphere.

This is recommended according to the guidelines CEN 15281 and VDI 2263/2.

Early detection of smouldering fires allows the operators to mitigate fire propagation with the help of technical measures. Continuous Carbon Monoxide (CO) and Oxygen (O2) monitoring is essential to ensure prevention against fires and explosions.

robecco INERT – Turnkey, fully automatic CO2 and N2 Inerting-Systems

Operation is visualised. System status and relevant parameters, inert gas levels, valve positions as well as the current measured values are processed and visualised. Error messages are made available to the operator in plain text. The inerting process is continuously monitored and guaranteed.
robecco systems are adapted and designed for the respective process plant.

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TURNKEY,
FULLY AUTOMATIC CO2 / N2
INERTING SYSTEMS

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INERT

is used successfully in the following industries

Coal grinding / Storage
Sewage sludge processing
steel industry
power plants
biomass
food industry
chemical industry

The use of inert gases prevents spontaneous combustion of flammable dust, liquids and gases.
robecco INERTING SYSTEMS

robecco undertakes the continuous engineering, delivery, commissioning, and training for your applications.

WE DRAW UP A CUSTOMER AND PROJECT-SPECIFIC QUOTATION FOR YOU ON REQUEST.

HIGH PRESSURE CO-INERTING

Technical characteristics:

Operating data inert gas tank:

• Operation pressure: 50 – 70 bar 

• CO2-temperature: +15/+28° C

• Max. pressure: 80 bar

Pressure control:

• Pressure build-up by ambient temperature and tank-heating elements

• Water-sprinkling system or installation in an air-conditioned room 

Gas generation:

• With highly-pressurised gas directly

• Electrical tank-heaters

Refilling:

• With road tanker and integrated high-pressure pump

• Separate high-pressure pump

LOW PRESSURE CO-INERTING

Technical characteristics:

Operating data inert gas tank:

• Operation pressure: 22 – 23 bar

• CO2-temperature: -16/+15° C

• Max. pressure: 25 bar

Insulation:

• Vacuum insulation

Pressure control:

• Pressure build-up heater

• Cooling by refrigeration unit

Gas generation:

• Liquid CO2 storage in vertical tanks

• Gas generation with ambient air vaporiser

• At lower ambient temperatures <+5°C heated with integrated electrical heater

Refilling:

• With road tanker and integrated pressure pump

HIGH PRESSURE N-INERTING

Technical characteristics:

Operating data N2 bottles:

• Very compact packs

• Operating-pressure 200–300 bar

• N2 packs with 8–12 bottles

N2-Storage:

• N2 packs on rental basis or directly-owned 

Pressure control:

• No direct pressure control necessary

Gas generation: 

• N2 gas directly available in N2 bottles

Refilling:

• By a local gas supplier