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June 1, 2014

Combining the use of Rupture Discs with Relief Valves

Using the two devices together offers significant benefits in chemical processes. Here is how to take advantage of them

Roger Bours,  Fike Corp.

Relief valves and rupture discs are the most commonly used pressure-safety devices in the chemical process industries (CPI). Using the two device types together can introduce several potential benefits, including environmental performance, cost savings, better emissions control, higher safety and reliability levels and others. This article describes how the benefits can be realized for different equipment arrangements...

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