The Oseco Safety Cartridge™ combines the traditional three components of a rupture disc system into one hermetically sealed component.
It provides worry-free installation for your critical applications, while eliminating maintenance complexities, expenses and time requirements.
The Oseco Safety Cartridge™ system guarantees leak protection by completely removing the need to seal your rupture disc within a holder. These high performance, one-piece units come leak tight from the factory and install in seconds. No other rupture disc solution is as effective or easy to install.
Vapor compression chiller technology uses four basic types of compressors - reciprocating, screw driven, scroll and centrifugal. All mechanical machines where over-pressure protection may be necessary.
Reactors are designed to contain chemical reactions. They may be exothermic or endothermic and can be batch reactors, continuously stirred tank reactors or fluidized bed reactors among others.
Rupture discs are often used to isolate the inlet of safety relief valves to protect the valve internals from corrosive processes. ASME Section VIII recognizes the use of rupture discs under Paragraph UG-127.
Heat transfer from one medium to another is widely used in chemical plants, petrochemical plants, petroleum refineries, gas processing and power plants and often require specialized over-pressure protection.
Industrial distillation is the most common form of separation technology used in chemical, petro-chemical, refineries, natural gas processing and cryogenic air separation plants. Rupture discs are commonly used as over-pressure protection devices.
A solid safety feature for oil and gas separators includes the installation of a rupture disc and holder. The disc is typically used in conjunction with a safety relief valve as a secondary device to relieve pressure from 1.1 – 1.21 times the MAWP of the vessel.
Cokers or delayed cokers process residual oil stocks by heating it to its thermal cracking temperature in a furnace operation with multiple passes. Due to the number of pumps, separators, and condensers at high temperatures, rupture discs are often employed as a means of over-pressure protection.
Process towers or columns are used in the distillation process. Distillation towers or distillation columns are designed to operate to produce varying streams according to the output streams boiling point.
Any process vessels subject to over pressurization are candidates for rupture disc solutions.
Liquid nitrogen trailers typically employ the use of rupture discs in concert with safety relief valves should the safety relief valve fail to operate successfully. Many other industrial gas transports are often fitted with rupture discs to prevent catastrophic events.
Special high performance rupture discs are used to protect high voltage SF6 gas circuit breakers. The rupture disc design is normally customized for the breaker.