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Thermal Oxidizer Design Norm

Thermal Oxidizer Design Norm

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Hello to all and thanks in advance for your attention,

There is a project i'm working on that requires a flexibility test to be conducted in the piping system and also in the nozzles of a incinerator, the incinerator is meant to treat tail gas (from a sulphur recovery system), which is why a termal oxidizer has been chosen. I have been looking every where for a norm that regulates maximum loads in nozzles for this kind of equipment but have failed, in first instance i thought API 560 could be used in this case, but after deeper research, i found out it can't, for example this article: http://www.zeeco.com/pdfs/zeeco-q2-2013.pdf

As you may see, i'm not experienced with thermal oxidizers, i can only think of the manufacturer providing this data for the nozzles of its equipment. If you have any info you could share that'd be great.

Kind Regards.

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