Enclosed Flares - Combustors

An Enclosed Flare (commonly called a Combustor) is an air pollution abatement technology specially configured to handle high VOC streams. The Enclosed Flare is typically designed to accommodate the high energy process discharge stream with excess air for combustion. The heat value of the process stream is significant and can potentially be able to provide most of the necessary temperature / energy for destruction with minimal additional primary fuel.

Enclosed Flare with Emission Monitoring Platform at Chemical Processing Plant-site view 1 Combustor with Emission Testing Platform during installation at Chemical Processing Facility-view 2 

 Benefits of Enclosed Flares


  • No visible flame compared to traditional flares
  • Typical destruction efficiency in excess of 99%
  • Measurable results on VOC destruction


Pollution Systems’ designs allow efficient use of fuel to provide acceptable operating costs. Engineering and component selection is also conducive to long-term, highly reliable operation. Our applications engineers work closely with customers to understand their application and develop the most appropriate solution to meet their needs. Typical industrial applications include Chemical Processing, Tank and Railcar Degassing, Oil Recycling,  Remediation, Oil and Gas, and Landfill Gas (LFG) .


Enclosed Flare Systems Created to Fit Your Process

As an Enclosed Flare Manufacturer, Pollution Systems will provide you with a system specifically designed for your process application. Contact us today to discuss your unique situation.

If you are looking to repair your existing Enclosed Flare, our technical services division PolSys Services can assist in repairing the make and model of virtually any air pollution control system

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