HDT Meeting Fire

Meeting on 16 September, 2010 in the House which offers technology in food experience following the Buncefield fire it not long been: In December 2005, a series of explosions shook the situated therein oil camp Buncefield approximately 40 km away from London. 20 burnt down and the black clouds spread like a toxic carpet over the entire southeast of the country until after France. The fire still speaks of the largest fire disaster in Europe since the second world war. The police described it as a miracle that no people in the fire were killed. The Haus der Technik in Essen offers a meeting of “Fire prevention in the tank farm” on this subject on September 16, 2010. What protections are there in German refineries? What is a fire protection concept for storage tank in the chemical industry? How do you perform effectively a fire detection, leak detection or fire extinguishing? These questions will be answered in the event, which is aimed at operators of tank farms, project engineers, planners, manufacturers of Fire protection systems, fire protection experts, officials, and leading from specialty companies, which must implement the gained experiences and findings after the fire of the fuel storage in Buncefield. Here, the meeting is aimed at the applicability of practical solutions for the industry, in particular on the fire protection technical precautions at plants, tank farms and reception rooms.

Detailed opportunities for exchanging experiences of fire protection with concrete solutions are available. At the end of the seminar, the possibility offered in the form of a panel discussion to ask questions to the speakers directly. “The detailed program of events get interested on request at the Haus der Technik, Tel. 0201/1803-344 (woman’s Meadow), fax 0201/1803-346, E-mail: or on the Internet at search keyword storage tank” or directly here: htd/veranstaltungen/W-H050-09-307-0.html Dipl.-ing.

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