Designed and manufactured with your individual site in mind, ASHCOR’s gas flare systems are a reliable solution for any application that needs to safely and efficiently burn off waste gas.
High Pressure Low Pressure (HPLP) Flare
ASHCOR’s HPLP flare system can be used for several flows and pressure ranges. These flares can be scaled up to 50 feet and have a dual capacity of up to 10 MMSCFD for high pressure, a 200 MMSCFD for low pressure and include a single retractable pilot to light both burners.
Each flare is accompanied by innovative Flame Smart enhanced burner management controls and ASHCOR flame arresters that improve site safety and reliability.
High Pressure (HP) Flare
ASHCOR’s HP flare system is a simpler version of the HPLP flare system that burns only high–pressure gas. Each flare can be scaled to fit individual site needs from 1.5 to 10 million scf/day.
ASHCOR’s AE Series Air Assist flare is made of a stainless steel body, designed to withstand wind speeds up to 120 mph and other stringent conditions. The system can handle flow up to 7 million scf/day and can accommodate both fixed and retractable pilots.
These flares can be built up to a height of 40 feet and is Quad O and 40 CFR 60.18 compliant with a near infinite turn down. This flare system houses an air and gas riser in its center and uses a vane axial blower to inject air directly into the gas stream as it exits, ensuring smokeless combustion.
VARIABLE SLOT SONIC FLARE (VSSF) SYSTEM
The ASHCOR VSSF system has a high-pressure design that uses the energy of the high pressure gas steam for smokeless combustion and a reduced purge rate. The flow rate for typical operating conditions is 22 million scf/day from approximately 8 – 50 PSI. The flare system is equipped with a painted carbon steel base and can accommodate both fixed and retractable pilots.
We pride ourselves on delivering exceptional customer service while adhering to the strictest safety standards. Our experienced team will work with you throughout the build process to meet your site’s specific needs and comply with local and federal EPA regulations.