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word Element Deviation Possible causes Consequences Safeguards Comments Actions required Action
by 10 Other than Vaporize Possible
furnace Ignition of a mixture of
natural gas and air Vaporizer destroyed Interlocks, etc.
on furnace Safeguards may
not be adequate – C onsider installing a fire
shut-off valve on oil
supply NE – R eview safeguards on
explosion Vapour oil
inlet – L eakage – – F ailure of coil C onsider installing a fire
shutoff valve on oil supply – P rovide for emergency
snuffing steam to the
furnace – C onsider installing a high
temperature alarm or trip
in the stack to shut gas
supply valves – E nsure routine inspection
of coil 6 8812 E I2:C100 No. BS IEC 61882:2001 56
Table B.6 ( continued) 11 Other than Oil flow Major fire fed from
oil supply Major fire in furnace
fed from oil supply
and back flow of oil
vapour from process.
Emission of fumes
and smoke. None Probably damage of
the fire box NE – 1 11 – © BSI 28 August 2001
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