Effective containment for controlled in-situ burns
Controlled burns. They require a containment boom that can stand the heat. One that can be deployed quickly and efficiently. One that will contain enough oil to facilitate burning – and avoid serious environmental damage.
That's why fire boom from SpillPro ensure even the largest spills can be managed effectively through controlled in-situ burning.
Thanks to their highly heat-resistant and water-cooled construction, our fire booms help eliminate large volumes of oil in minimal time. Easily transported and deployed, they put time on your side – meaning limited impact on the surrounding environment.
Where this product can be applied
- Open water
- Deep sea
How this product solves problems
- Contains large volumes of oil
- Facilitates effective controlled burns
View the entire range of containment booms
Two types of boom. One result – effective containment and IB.
The SpillPro Fire Boom is deployed from the back of a boat. The other end is then connected to a second boat, creating a u-shaped containment area. The boats tow the boom through the spill area before a specially-designed igniter starts the IB.
SpillPro's Hydro-Fire Boom is deployed from a boom reel and connected to high flow water pumps on each boat. Large volumes of water are pumped through and over the boom during the IB. This prevents damage to the boom, ensuring it continues to effectively contain spills – burn after burn.
- Suitable for offshore, open water and deep sea
- Heat-resisting design and technology
- SpillPro offers fire boom training, sea trials and commissioning.
- We can manage your oil burn operations anywhere in the world
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