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Oil and Gas

  • Aurora Fire Pump Line (Download PDF)
  • End Suction Fire Pumps (Download PDF)
  • Single Stage Inline Fire Pumps (Download PDF)
  • Split Case Fire Pump Systems (Download PDF)
  • Generators
  • Fire and Gas Systems

    Fire and gas (F&G) detection and mitigation systems are key to maintaining the overall safety and operation of industrial facilities. F&G systems include offshore petroleum exploration and production, onshore oil and gas facilities, refineries and chemical plants, marine operations, tank farms and terminals, pipelines, power plants, mining and paper mills.  A F&G safety system continuously monitors for abnormal situations such as a fire, or combustible or toxic gas release within the plant, and provides early warning and mitigation actions to prevent escalation of the incident and protect the process or environment.

    A typical F&G safety system comprises detection, logic control and alarm and mitigation functions. Logic solver is the central control unit of the overall F&G detection and control system. The controller receives alarm and status or analog signals from field monitoring devices required for fire and gas detection. The controller handles the required actions to initiate alarms and mitigate the hazard (see figure below)

  • Foam Systems

    Fire  suppression  foam  is  comprised  of  three  parts:  foam  concentrate,  water,  and  air.  When mixed correctly, these parts form a homogeneous foam blanket that extinguishes flames by the combined mechanisms  of  cooling,  separating  the  flame  source  from  the  product  surface,suppressing vapours and smothering. This makes foam suppression systems an effective option for protecting flammable and combustible liquids.

  • CO2 Suppression Systems

    Carbon dioxide or CO2 is a colourless, odourless, electrically non-conductive gas that is highly efficient as a fire suppression agent.  This fire protection system uses intelligent, reliable and fast-acting control panels to quickly sense a fire before it can cause damage to property.  Carbon dioxide gas has a high rate of expansion, which allows a CO2 fire protection system to work fast.

    When applied to a fire, CO2 provides a heavy blanket of gas that reduces the oxygen level to a point where combustion cannot occur. Since carbon dioxide is a gas, there is no clean-up associated with a CO2 fire suppression system discharge. That means minimal interruption to your business. 

Water Tech shall be the region's leading provider of water and waste- water equipment and related products in all industries by providing timely, cost-effective engineered solutions from conceptual design to after sales-service.

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