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The cost of self-supported structures is generally lower than derrick-supported and they require smaller plot space than any other flare support system. However, self-supported structures are limited in height and they are recommended for applications in which flare height is up to 70 m. Self-supported stacks are easy to erect and they can be erected in one piece after being horizontally assembled on the ground. Self-supported stack sections can be bolted, welded or a combination of both.
Generation Combustion offers self-supported flare stacks with flare burners (tips), pilot ignition and control systems, knock-out drums and water seals.
Generation Combustion has the knowledge and experience to provide the most cost-effective self-supported flare system for your application.
Our engineers can provide the optimum self-supported structure technical guidance during erection and start-up.
Contact us today to have one of our specialists offer a solution for your operation and assess your needs for you to be fully compliant with global air quality regulations.