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SAFETY IN THE PLANT


danger to people, and the environment if there is insufficient protection with regard to pressure relief. Last but not least, there is a high monetary loss for operators. Special safety valves and rupture discs are therefore necessary to ensure an adequate long-term protection.


About REMBE - the REMBE Alliance introduces itself


Components of cryogenic containers


over the long term. Premature response is thereby prevented - this protects against product loss and unnecessary downtime.


In addition to the advantages already mentioned, the welded compact rupture discs offer two additional highlights which further increase the leak-tightness: since a so-called reverse- acting rupture disc (bulge of the rupture disc faces the process) is installed, relatively thick material can be used even at very low response pressures, which prevents a diffusion of the process medium. In addition, these rupture discs are absolutely vacuum resistant even at very low burst pressures without the need for an additional vacuum support. This is


important, because vacuum supports make a sterilisation impossible. However, this is exactly what is required for sterile, demanding processes or ultra-pure gas applications.


Suitable process connections are individually agreed with the operator and implemented accordingly. Due to the design of compact rupture discs, almost all types of flange and threaded connections can be installed (or example, CF connections or Swagelok threaded connectors). In addition, these rupture discs or their housings can be electropolished. The units can also be supplied with surface finishes suitable for high purity and sterile applications.


In short: Cryostats and other containers for cryogenic media can become a great


REMBE is mostly associated with REMBE GmbH Safety and Control - the specialists for explosion safety and pressure relief worldwide. The company offers customers cross-industry safety concepts for systems and equipment. All products are manufactured in Germany and meet the demands of national and international regulations. The customers who purchase REMBE products are among the market leaders of various industries, including the food, chemical, pharmaceutical oil and gas as well as wood industries.


The technical engineering expertise is based on more than 45 years of application and project experience. As an independent, owner-managed family company, REMBE combines expertise with highest degree of quality, and is also actively engaged in various professional bodies worldwide. Short alignment routes enable the achievement of quick responses and customer-specific solutions for any kind of application: from standard products, all the way up to high-tech special designs.


In addition to REMBE GmbH Safety + Control (www.rembe.de) with approx. 250 employees worldwide, headquarter in Brilon (Germany) and numerous subsidiaries worldwide (Italy, England, Finland, Brazil, USA, China, Dubai, Singapore, South Africa, Japan), four other companies are also engaged under the REMBE family brand:


REMBE Research & Technology Center GmbH (http://www.rembe-rtc.de/ index-en.html)


REMBE Advanced Services + Solutions GmbH (www.rembe-services.com)


REMBE Kersting GmbH (https://rembe-kersting.de/en/)


REMBE FibreForce GmbH (www.argusline.de)


For more information please contact: sandra.drawe@rembe.de www.rembe.de


Enquiry No. 32 Pressure relief devices on cryogenic containers 32 www.reviewonline.uk.com INDUSTRIAL PROCESS REVIEW


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