Gas-Assist Flare (TGA-422)
Gas-assisted flares are flares that use an additional source of fast-moving gas at the flare tip to mix with the waste gas and create additional turbulence to ensure adequate mixing with air, which in turn provides for smokeless combustion. Typically utilized when you have a readily available source of natural gas, and a preference to not use a blower-based air-assisted flare system, these gas-assist flares meet Quad O and 40 CFR 60.18 requirements. Available in sizes as small as 4 in. x 25 ft. through to 8 in. x 40 ft. in standard sizes, typically capacity ranges from 1.5 to 10.65 MMSCFD. Also available in tandem dual HP/LP, or in tri-riser HP/MP/LP configurations.