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  • Angus Fire | Rimseal
    and the Rimseal Foam Pourer RFP which delivers the foam gently into the rimseal area Available in two basic body sizes the RFG 50 and RFG 80 with capacities ranging from 54 litres minute at 4 bar to 684 litres minute at 10 bar each unit is factory calibrated to deliver a specified flow at a given pressure within the limits shown below The RFP is a low profile unit which protects the foam from high winds and guides it gently on to the tank wall The front shield allows fully developed foam to emerge in a cohesive blanket that flows intact onto the inside wall of the tank The stainless steel mesh at the foam exit helps to prevent blockage from insects and nesting birds For new tanks the new models can make the most cost effective use of foam concentrate and water resources by producing the designed foam solution application rate For retrofit onto existing tanks during refurbishment the new Angus RFG models can replace existing units without the need for expensive modification Accurate factory calibration ensures full compatibility with existing foam concentrate induction systems To further simplify installation a fixing kit is now supplied as an optional

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/foam_equipment/fixed/rimseal.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | RFP50F
    RPF50F and the corresponding flange on the supply pipe The RFP50F produces expanded foam when supplied with foam solution and delivers the foam gently into the rimseal area The orifice plate orifice disc calibrates the unit with flow rates from 54 litres minute at 4 bar to 250 litres minute at 10 bar g Each unit is factory calibrated to deliver a specified flow at a given pressure within the limits shown in the graph opposite The RFP50F is a low profile unit which protects the foam from high winds and guides it gently on to the tank wall The front shield allows fully developed foam to emerge in a cohesive blanket that flows intact onto the inside wall of the tank The stainless steel mesh at the foam exit helps to prevent blockage from insects and nesting birds For new tanks this model can make the most cost effective use of foam concentrate and water resources by producing the designed foam solution application rate For retrofit onto existing tanks during refurbishment the new Angus RFP50F can replace existing units without the need for expensive modification Accurate factory calibration ensures full compatibility with existing foam concentrate induction systems and a

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/foam_equipment/fixed/rpf50f.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | Floatafoam Duo
    special inductor combines the two in the correct proportion and feeds foam solution to 16 equally spaced aspirating foam nozzles The foam system is charged with nitrogen and on discharge applies foam for 30 to 40 seconds at a high application rate into the rimseal area Primarily designed to replace halon systems which are now considered environmentally unacceptable the Angus Floatafoam Duo is equally suited to new tanks being built

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/foam_equipment/fixed/floatafoamduo.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | High Back Pressure Generators
    The Series 2 generators have significantly enhanced performance capabilities and the range has been extended to six models with foam solution capacities from 225 litres minute to 3400 litres minute as shown overleaf The materials used in construction fully comply with the international standards accepted by the oil and petrochemical industries Using a suitable fuel resistant foam concentrate such as Angus Alcoseal Petroseal and FP70 aspirated foam with an expansion

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/foam_equipment/fixed/hbpg.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | Turbex LNG
    LNG Fixed Turbex Systems have many special features The body foam making net and fan all benefit from a special boiler grade of stainless steel designed to withstand continuous high temperatures without a reduction in material strength or risk of intergranular corrosion The complex structure of the foam making net is specially supported to avoid distortion and the tubular support frame has holes drilled to prevent moisture build up and

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/foam_equipment/fixed/turbexlng.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | Turbex LNG Skids
    including a specially engineered skid base LNG Turbex high expansion foam generator plus discharge hood designed to protect the Expandol foam from wind and direct it downwards into the pit of LNG Each LNG Turbex Skid is engineered from high performance 316 stainless steel and gunmetal materials Vapour Dispersion Expandol high expansion foam of 500 1 expansion ratio has been shown through testing to be the most effective way to reduce vapourisation of LNG spills It insulates the LNG keeping the liquid pool cold while at the same time allowing controlled vapour release through the foam blanket The LNG vapour is warmed so it rises away from potential ignition sources minimising the risk of the incident escalating Fire Control Expandol high expansion foam of 500 1 expansion ratio has also been shown to be the most effective way to control LNG fires During testing on LNG at Texas A M University Angus Fire TURBEX LNG SKIDS achieved 90 radiation reduction in under 60 seconds using recommended application rates of 10L min m² This insulates the LNG from the heat of the fire minimising vapourisation dramatically reducing fire intensity and minimising risk of escalation This Expandol foam application minimises radiant heat

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/foam_equipment/fixed/turbexlngskids.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | Fixed Inductors
    per minute at inlet pressures of between 4 and 16 bar as shown overleaf Within these limits the induction rate can be set accurately between 1 and 6 Manufactured from high grade stainless steel with mild steel flanges and polyester internals the units have exceptional corrosion resistance and are suitable for use in the most extreme environments Each inductor is accurately calibrated at the factory to match the specific requirements

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/foam_equipment/fixed/fixedinductors.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | Balance Pressure Proportioners
    number of discharge outlets may be required to operate individually or simultaneously There are five basic models with capacities from 220 litres min to 22 000 litres min and each unit is factory calibrated to suit proportioning rates of 1 2 3 or 6 of a specified foam concentrate A trimming screw facility on the foam inlet permits adjustment during commissioning for exceptional operational accuracy The upper performance limit is defined as the flow at which the maximum specified pressure drop of 1 25 bar is reached A pressure recovery improver is available as a cost option which extends the upper flow limit of the BPP by reducing pressure losses at high flows Without the improver section there is a 7 1 ratio between the maximum and minimum flows and with the improver this increases to 10 1 The BPPs are wafer type designed to be installed between ANSI 150 flanges and are manufactured from high grade corrosion resistant materials They are simple to install require no maintenance and their modular construction gives the engineer considerable flexibility in terms of selection of flow rate and positioning within the system To ensure accurate proportioning the foam concentrate must be supplied to

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/foam_equipment/fixed/bpp.html (2016-02-12)
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