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Getting the right equipment for the job

Large jobs require different equipment than you can find in every day rental stores. When working on an industrial scale, the tools and supplies required need to match that scale, and industrial grade tools and supplies are made for large scale, difficult jobs. If the project is significant, the initial outlay in cost for industrial grade tools will be easily offset in the long run, as equipment replacement will be less. Using tools designed for the job will also increase speed, decrease downtime, and result in fewer accidents from malfunctioning equipment or trying to get something done with an inadequate tool.


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The Benefits of Installing an Enclosed Biogas Flare at Your Plant

An enclosed biogas flare system is typically used to convert waste gases into renewable energy or resources. If your plant or machinery produces this type of gas, there are a variety of reasons why you might want to install one or more enclosed biogas flares to handle the situation. Here are just some of the benefits that an enclosed biogas flare system can provide for your company and your community.

Get the Job Done Without Making Too Much Noise

One benefit of an enclosed system is that it will get the job done without driving the surrounding neighborhood crazy. Enclosed flare systems tend to be most popular for any plant or manufacturing warehouse that is near an urban area with lots of residents nearby. Your new enclosed system will be able to operate anytime day or night without annoying people who live in the area.

Remain Compliant

Depending on what kind of gas waste your company is producing, there might be certain federal or state regulations that you need to make sure you remain in compliance with. Failure to do so may result in your company being fined, not to mention having to deal with negative press. A modern enclosed biogas flare system will get your company up to speed with all local or national emission standards. You'll have the peace of mind of knowing that you are ridding yourself and your community of potentially harmful gas waste while also potentially creating renewable energy in the process.

No Visible Flame

Because your new biogas flare system will be enclosed, there will be no open or exposed flame for you to worry about. You should still make sure employees stay away from the area just to be safe, but an enclosed system means there will be no visible flame and it will likely be a safer overall environment than the system you are currently using.

If your company regularly produces harmful or wasteful gas as a byproduct of daily operations, you have an obligation to your local community, the environment and perhaps to local or national laws and regulations to make sure that you are doing what you can to keep this type of gas from making it out of your plant and into the nearby town. An enclosed biogas flare system will allow you to meet all emission standards without generating a racket or creating a dangerous situation with an open flame.