The Elmac Technologies® LEB Series of In-line Deflagration Arresters can be designed and manufactured to meet high pressure, high temperature and short-time burn requirements.
The Elmac Technologies® LCA Series of In-line Deflagration Flame Arresters are designed to prevent the propagation of flames in piping systems. By locating the flame arrester in close proximity to the potential source of ignition, any flame or explosion is confined to the immediate area. LCA flame arrester models include high pressure, high temperature and short-time burn variants.
For a deflagration with no stabilised flame, the combustion products are cooled at the element surface by heat dissipation. This prevents continuation of the combustion process through the flame arrester and into the protected line. In the event that a flame stabilises on the flame arrester element, a sudden increase in temperature will be detected by a monitoring system and secondary protection measures are activated to stop the flow of the flammable mixture.
Elmac LCA Series In-line Arresters are ATEX certified for Explosion Groups IIA1 and IIA.
Elmac Flame Arresters are manufactured in accordance with EN ISO 16852 and approved to ATEX Directive 2014/34/EU.
|Maximum operating pressure (bar(a))||Maximum operating temperature(°C)||Size NB (mm)|
|15 - 20||25 - 32||40||50||65||80||100||125||150||200||250||300||350||400||450||500||600|
|Centre to top of temperature probe(short-time burn models)|
|Approx Wt (kg)||23||24||23||25||32||41||64||120||123||216||311||417||650||870||1030||1053||1095|
|Arrester Housing Materials||Carbon Steel or Stainless Steel||Low Temperature Carbon Steel, Duplex Steel, Hastelloy|
|Element Material||316L Stainless Steel||Hastelloy|
|Connections||ANSI 150 Flange||PN16 Flange, Female BSP/NPT, Male BSP/NPT|
|Arrester Finish||Painted (Carbon Steel Arresters)||Offshore Paint, PTFE Coated, Others on Request|
|Sensors (short-time burn option)||Installed on one side (uni-directional) or both sides of element (bi-directional)||Thermowell to protect sensor from process|