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Profile of Devanagunthi LPG Bottling Plant. Plant is situated at Devanagunthi. Km from Banglore Dist HQ. Neighbouring Industries 1. IOCL (Terminal) – 1.0 Km away 2. BPCL (Terminal) – 1.25 Km away 3. HPCL (Installation)- 1.5 Km away

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profile of devanagunthi lpg bottling plant
Profile of Devanagunthi LPG Bottling Plant

Plant is situated at Devanagunthi.

  • Km from Banglore Dist HQ.

Neighbouring Industries

1. IOCL (Terminal) – 1.0 Km away

2. BPCL (Terminal) – 1.25 Km away

3. HPCL (Installation)- 1.5 Km away

4. Petronet MHB Limited-1.25 Km away

major activities
Major Activities
  • LPG receipt by rail and road, Storage, bottling & Despatch
  • Loading of LPG bullet trucks for Auto LPG Dispensing stations and other bottling plants
bulk lpg receipt
Bulk LPG Receipt
  • Source of Receipt : Rail Wagons from Mangalore and Hazira and road tankers from CPCL
  • Supply Area : Bangalore city, Peripheral markets of Bangalore city
lpg bottling plant devanagunthi mah industry
LPG BOTTLING PLANT, DEVANAGUNTHI – MAH INDUSTRY
  • Bottling Capacity

Existing : 138 TMTPA

Proposed: 232 TMTPA

  • Total Land Area : 93.35 ACRES
  • Green belt Area : 25 ACRES
bulk receipt facilities
Bulk Receipt Facilities

By Road

  • 12 nos. Tank lorry unloading bays with unloading arms.

By Rail

  • Two spur full rake gantry unloading facility. Equipped to unload both conventional and BTPGLNwagons.
material safety data
NAME OF PRODUCT / CHEMICAL : LPG

IDENTITY OF MATERIAL :

Product Name

LPG. Bottle gas, Liquefied hydrocarbon gas.

UN No.

1075

Label / Class

Red: Flammable Liquid / 2.1

Trade name

LPG

Formula

Mixture of propane and butane

HAZCHEM Code

2WE

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Physical State

Gas

Boiling Point / Range , deg. C

1

Vapor Pressure

at 65 deg. C,

16.9 kg/cm2

Appearance

Colourless

Melting / Freezing Point , deg. C

138

Odor

Odorless/stanched

Vapor Density (Air =1)

1.5 to 2.0

Solubility in Water

Insoluble

Specific Gravity , 20 deg. C

0.53 to 0.57

Calorific Value

(Kcal / Kg.)

11400

Dyn. Viscosity (PA.S 30 deg. C)

Molecular Weight.

FIRE AND EXPLOSIVE DATA

Explosivity

Highly explosive

Auto Ignition Temp. deg. C

405-450

Flammability

Dangerous

Explosive Limits , %

1.8 – 9.6

Extinguishing Media

CO2, DCP. Water spray may be used to control and confine LPG fires.

Special Procedures

Do not attempt o extinguish fire until leak has been shut off. For small fire use dry chemicals. Let large fires burn if not heating the container. When exposed to heat and flame, containers may rupture due to BLEVE

Material Safety Data
risk analysis
Risk Analysis
  • Based on three steps
  • What can go wrong?

(Hazard identification)

  • How often it can go wrong?

(Failure frequency)

  • What are the effects of consequences?

(Effect and damage calculations)

modes of failure of product storage vessels
MODES OF FAILURE OF PRODUCT STORAGE VESSELS
  • Material and construction failures
  • Corrosion
  • Gasket failures
principal hazards lpg
PRINCIPAL HAZARDS - LPG

Flammability & Explosion

    • Jet Fire
    • Pool Fire
    • BLEVE
    • Flash Fire
    • UVCE
  • Asphyxia
  • Cold Burns
  • Metal brittleness due to Low temperature
consequences analysis
Consequences Analysis

Damages are caused due to

  • Heat radiation
  • Overpressure effect from explosions
  • Toxic effect
zone a
Zone A

Zone A – 37.5 Kw/M2 – 524 M rad – 100% lethality (Plant personnel)

zone b
Zone B

Zone - B

12.5 Kw/M2 – 908 M rad – 1% lethal (Kanekkal Village)

zone c
Zone C

Zone C

- 4.0 Kw/M2

- 1830 M

- First Degree burns(Kacharakanahalli, Dasarahalli,

Giddapura,Doddasandra)

mitigation measures
Mitigation measures
  • Gas Monitoring System
  • Air/Vapor Extraction System
  • Remote control Valve
  • Emergency Trip Button
  • Manual Call point
  • Quartzoid bulb detector.
fire fighting facilities
Fire Fighting Facilities

FIRE WATER STORAGE TANKS

  • 3 Nos. of 4000 KL capacity each

FIRE PUMPS

  • 8 Nos. diesel driven water pumps of 410 CUM / Hr. capacity each.

JOCKY PUMPS

  • 2 Nos. of 24 Cum /Hr.
fire fighting facilities24
Fire Fighting Facilities
  • Ring main hydrant system
  • 57 double hydrant points
  • 46 water monitors
  • 4 long range monitors covering truck Parking Area.
  • Auto sprinkler system for Sheds , TLD , Storage Vessels and Tank Wagon Gantry.
additional safety features
Additional Safety Features
  • Carousel Inter locked with Vapour extraction system
  • Remote operated valves for LPG pipe line inter locked with sprinkler system
  • LPG and Air compressors inter locked with cooling water pumps.
  • Emergency trip buttons and Manual call stations at strategic points.
  • ROV closure of Storage Vessel interlocked with HLAs.
on site emergency plan
On-site Emergency Plan
  • Detailed on-site emergency management plan prepared and approval obtained from Dept. of Factories.
  • Emergency Response Drills (ERDs) are conducted twice in a year.
  • Mock drills are conducted every month & shortcomings are addressed.
  • Mutual aid arrangement with neighbouring industries.
mutual aid
Mutual Aid

To Assist its neighbouring industries in responding to

emergencies that may occur either on-site or off-sites. 

fire fighting organisation chart
Fire Fighting Organisation Chart

FIRE IN CHIEF: Sr. Plant Manager

Alternate FIRE IN CHIEF: Manager (P)

emergency transport facility
Emergency Transport facility
  • Dedicated Vehicle for emergency transportation is available round the clock.
  • Between 08.00 hr to 17.15 hr one more vehicle also will be available.
shutting down procedure
Shutting down procedure

Shutting down is done through the following means:

  • Emergency trip Buttons & Manual Call Point
  • Remote Control Valves
  • Quartzoid Bulb detector.
on site emergency structure
On site Emergency Structure

The basic concept of this plan is to provide a comprehensive approach for managing emergencies. Four elements of this plan are

  • Prevention- incorporates all those activities that eleminate the probabilityof disaster occuring on-site.
  • Preparedness - includes all activities necessary to ensure a high degree of readiness
  • Response- measures taken during an incident which minimise damage to life and property.
  • Recovery – includes those short and long-term activities that return all systems to normal operations.
declaration of emergency
Declaration of Emergency

Upon declaration of Emergency Sr.Plant Manager

  • makes initial assessment of incident and determine the need for evacuation.
  • ensure that all personnel are accounted for.
  • ensure that outside agencies are communicated as per DMP as follows:
        • Dy. Commisioner
        • Regional, State & Head Offices
        • Fire Dept
        • Law & Order
        • Revenue Dept
        • Local Panchayat
        • Railways
        • KPTCL
        • Medical Dept.
public awareness programs
Public Awareness Programs

Various programs being conducted

For creating public awareness to the

Neighboring villages.

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