Blast Shields for Petrochemical and Manufacturing Use
Blast mats play an important role in minimizing risk in petrochemical manufacturing facilities and research labs. Wherever the danger of a chain-reaction explosion is present, you'll find TM International products delivering advanced protection against fires, explosive forces and flying debris.
Some of the main industrial hazards our products protect against include:
- Explosive chemicals: Working with or transporting explosive chemicals can be a major challenge in industrial manufacturing facilities and research labs. TM International products include petrochemical explosion-control blast walls and related protective devices that ensure that, in the event of an accident, your staff, infrastructure and key assets are protected.
- Industrial boilers: The accidental release of pressure from an industrial boiler can be just as dangerous as a chemical explosion. Our blast mats are often used to provide a measure of protection for the foundation and other structural components of a manufacturing plant should a boiler explosion occur.
TM International products are easy to set up and take down, making them excellent for temporary use. Our clients also use our explosion venting panels and other products to retrofit older facilities and bring them in line with modern safety standards. Blast walls feature a modular design that can be scaled up or down as needed. As a result, they offer a complete turnkey solution for any industrial manufacturer in need of short- or long-term explosion protection.
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Our products are lightweight, durable and engineered to deliver advanced protection in the most demanding situations. To learn more about our full selection of petrochemical blast mats for sale, as well as related products such as explosion venting panels, keep browsing our website. To speak with a representative directly, call or email our head office today.
T.M.I Helped Save Lives
CSB Investigation Report-Pesticide Chemical Runaway Reaction Pressure Vessel Explosion:
Investigation Report- http://www.csb.gov/assets/1/19/Bayer_Report_Final.pdf