This data is often used to meet process safety management (PSM) regulatory requirements, such as process limits, fine-tune process specifications and complete emergency relief system (ERS) design. Chemical reactivity testing will assist you in reducing hazards that you may otherwise not be aware of, and help you comply with regulatory standards.
Used for defining safe upper and lower limits, batch and semi-batch reaction process simulation, and more.
Used for reactive system process characterization, pressure relief system design, SADT analysis, and more.
A technique to measure changes in material heat as a function of time and temperature.
Important for designing and controlling chemical operations.
Used to predict product performance and chemical degradation characteristics.
Data obtained can be applied to pressure relief scenarios involving process scale-up, fire exposure, and chemical reactivity hazards.
An ARC® is primarily used for liquid phase reactive systems. It is also used for safety / performance evaluation of explosives and propellants. Take a look at how it works. Presented by Surendra Singh, Senior Safety and Risk Management Consultant at ioMosaic.
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