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REMBE showcases new technology at ACHEMA

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At ACHEMA 2015, REMBE showcased a new non-invasive signalling unit NIMU, REMBE CAE and Q-Rohr DFE for dual fuel and gas powered engines.

REMBE’s wide ranging product line up of signalling devices for specialists in explosion protection and process safety has been enhanced even further by the addition of NIMU (Non-Invasive Monitoring Unit). Being non-invasive in its monitoring method for bursting discs, NIMU provides reliable information about the way a bursting disc responds to positive and negative pressure.

NIMU is attached within a blind hole in the bursting disc holder, thus isolating it from the process medium. The unit can easily be serviced and replaced without opening the pipeline. This signalling method is particularly suited for critical processes and applications, which require the entire system to be completely impermeable.

NIMU can be integrated into an existing process control system, using terminal boxes and isolating amplifiers. Moreover, it meets all certification and zoning requirements.

NIMU: non-invasive signalling for process bursting discs.

The Q-Rohr DFE is a further development of the well established Q-Rohr, the first product for flameless venting. DFE stands for dual fuel engines and is intended, in particular for maritime applications. However, the product also protects land based gas engines used in power generation.

Q-Rohr DFE: explosion protection for dual fuel and gas powered engines.

REMBE is continually expanding its portfolio of products and services. The latest addition to its consulting and engineering services is currently REMBE CAE. Until recently any customers who needed strength certificates, tightness analyses or temperature profiles, had to get these separately from engineering firms. This is now no longer necessary. REMBE is the first company of its kind to offer CAE services, so that each customer receives not only high quality products but also comprehensive solutions and therefore genuine added value: lower costs and specialist calculations of explosion safety and pressure venting as a guarantee for highly dependable results.

Stress distribution in an assembly comprising flange, holder and rupture disc.

Adapted from press release by Rosalie Starling

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