Protecting People and Equipment in Hazardous Environments: The Role of Positive Pressure Systems in Intelligent Pressurized Containers
Intelligent pressurized containers are indeed an effective way to provide a safe environment for equipment and people in hazardous areas. By maintaining a positive pressure inside the container, the risk of harmful gas or explosive substances entering the enclosure is greatly reduced, and the equipment and people inside the container are protected from potential explosions.
The positive pressure ventilation system is the key to ensuring the safety of the container. By delivering fresh air from a safe area through ducts, the system purges the air inside the container and maintains a slightly higher air pressure inside the container than outside. This pressure difference prevents hazardous gases or other harmful substances from entering the container.
In the event that the blast control system detects the presence of hazardous gases in the enclosure or fails to maintain positive pressure, the alarm system will sound an alarm and issue a warning. This warning gives the people inside the container time to take appropriate measures to ensure their safety. If the control conditions inside the container are still not met within the specified time, the non-explosive device will automatically cut off, providing an additional layer of protection.
All pressurized containers from TLS are designed, manufactured and certified to the latest DNV 2.7-1, EN 12079 offshore container standards, ATEX, IEC 60079-13 and/or SOLAS standards.This ensures that the containers meet the highest industry standards .
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Written by Mandy
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