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RETRACTABLE SYSTEMS

Derricks, Guyed Support, Self Support and Offshore Booms

Flare stackLiberty Tower & Flare, Inc. has developed proprietary Retractable Messenger Cable Systems which are designed for refinery, chemical, petrochemical, production and offshore flare structures. These systems can deploy and retract electronic pilots, flame front generator (FFG) pilots, dual ignition systems, dual pilot systems, single or multiple thermocouples and single or multiple aviation lighting systems. Our Retractable Messenger Cable Systems can support single or dual functions, for example, attaching an automatic/manual FFG pilot with airborne flame front ignition and thermocouples and/or aviation lighting systems to one retractable system. Liberty Tower has installed and field tested the Retractable Messenger Cable Systems on 500-foot tall flare structures and has offshore facility capabilities.

Vent stackToday our customers are experiencing adverse weather and flaring conditions. Our Retractable Messenger Cable System capabilities allow operators to have access to all elevated flare pilots, ignition systems, thermocouples, aviation lighting systems and lightning protection systems. Our solution is to implement preventive maintenance, inspection, repairs, upgrades and replacements without shutting down your flare system.

We would like to extend an invitation to your engineering staff to witness a live demonstration at our test facility. Our demonstration consists of a guyed support flare system with all of the latest flare pilots, ignition systems, controls and aviation lighting systems in the marketplace. Please contact us to schedule a demonstration and to discuss your application requirements.

 

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