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Featured Case Studies

Chemical Manufacturer Management of Change Case Study

Paper-based Management of Change (MOC) processes that rely on individuals to keep track of changes are prone to human error and competing priorities. After years of storing and maintaining paper trails of Management of Change (MOC) orders, the client faced the reality that nearly twenty percent of this paperwork was somehow lost or misplaced. Process Safety Enterprise® not only greatly improved efficiency, but also created transparency at all organizational levels.

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A U.S. manufacturer of pharmaceuticals needed to conduct a process hazard analysis (PHA) of a new alcohol process for them which utilized a variety of highly hazardous materials including hydrogenation, potent compounds, flammable liquids, toxic, and water-reactive chemicals.
An LNG manufacturer had four nearly identical trains with three flare header systems. The client decided they wanted to use a new and more stringent criteria than previously performed under a different design criterion. The large scope and tedious nature of the data entry was a challenge since all calculations needed to be checked to determine the maximum pressure each flare pipe line would be exposed to.
A coal fired power plant, producing enough energy to supply 190,000 households, had observed leaks from their break away anhydrous ammonia unloading connections. The client initiated a Management of Change (MOC) to replace the connections with non­break away connections. The plant uses anhydrous ammonia in its NOx scrubbing processes, a chemical that is unloaded from tanker trucks and tank railcars. The electric utility company had expanded their NOx scrubbing system in 2009. 

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Bridging the 3% Inlet Pressure Loss Rule Gap

Bridge the 3% Gap

Historically, expected stable pressure relief valve performance has been demonstrated by showing that the irrecoverable inlet line pressure loss is less than or equal to 3% of the pressure relief valve set pressure (3% rule). Read this paper for recommendations for bridging the 3% gap.

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