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Process hazard analysis in the process industries

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Phast - process hazard analysis software

Process hazard analysis

Phast is the world's most comprehensive process hazard analysis software tool for all stages of design and operation. Phast examines the progress of a potential incident from the initial release to far-field dispersion analysis including modelling of pool spreading and evaporation, and flammable and toxic effects.

Consequence analysis tool

  • The industry standard consequence analysis tool for the analysis of flammable, fire, explosion and toxic hazards, used by over 800 organizations globally
  • Incorporates groundbreaking model development research work conducted with industry partners
  • Continuously developed by experts for over 30 years
  • Worldwide technical support and training

Industry standard software for hazard analysis

In order to meet your risk management goals, you need a robust understanding of the hazards posed by a process facility. Use Phast to quickly and accurately assess the threat potentials posed by a diverse range of hazard types.

Key benefits of Phast software for precess hazard analysis

  • Trustworthy results - integrated models are constantly validated and verified
  • Extensive reporting capability - comprehensive reports and charts for easy, intuitive display of results, for example on location maps and plant layout diagrams
  • Wide applicability - various release types and sources can be modelled, e.g. from leaks, pipework, pipelines, ruptures, relief devices, vessel ruptures and more
  • Assess diverse hazards - assess a wide range of flammable and toxic hazards
  • Extensively validated models - Phast provides a comprehensive suite of extensively validated models for analysis of process industry hazards
  • User friendly - predefined linking of discharge, dispersion, pool, flammable and toxic effect calculations for ease of use