The operation of biogas or sewage treatment plants may necessitate the safe combustion of excess gas (e.g. start-up phase, repairs or severe consumer damages). The AQL gas flare AQL-II series provides the operator with an automatically controlled, safe and low- emission gas flare. The robust and functional design of the AII primarily ensures a long service life, low maintenance and constant availability.
Flare operation is fully automated, i.e., on receipt of the start or stop signal the controller (Siemens PLC) automatically opens the relevant fittings and simultaneously initiates the ignition sequence. The flame is continually monitored by a UV sensor. The current standby/operating status is indicated by control lamps on the switch cabinet and reported to the central controller .
The AQL-II is fitted with a plastic switch cabinet (IP54) with integrated Siemens PLC as
standard. Alternatively, an automatic burner control system can be employed.
Gas combustion is via a diffusion burner as standard, however, an injection burner can also be fitted, if required.
If desired, the AII flare can be equipped with additional accessories such as pressure control, pilot burner system, electrically heated fittings or temperature monitoring.
Aqualimpia AQL-II biogas flares are entirely made from stainless steel and fitted with high-quality components/fittings
The operation of biogas or sewage treatment plants may necessitate the safe combustion of excess gas (e.g. start-up phase, repairs or severe consumer damages). The Aqualimpia biogas flare AQL-I series provides operators with an easy to use and safe gas flare system. The robust and functional design of the AQL-I primarily ensures a long service life, low maintenance and constant availability.
The flare is manually operated, i.e., opening the gas valve turns on the gas supply and a subsequent press of a button electrically ignites the gas. The combustion process must be continually monitored by an operator. The operation of the flare is stopped by closing the valve.
It may be necessary to ascertain whether local and legal requirements permit the use of a manually operated biogas flare before placing an order .
AQL-I biogas flares are entirely made from 1.4571 stainless steel and fitted with high- q
uality components and fixtures. Robustness, extended durability and low maintenance were particular focal points in the selection of the individual components used.