Anjur Ekar takes pride in its offer of the safe welding habitat system that provides immense savings for clients in the offshore sector. Beginning this endeavour in 2009, we have today our very own patented WICH System™ that is designed to facilitate work in hazardous areas either offshore on onshore and we are proud to say we were among the first few who introduced the system into the Malaysian market.
The WICH System is a patented, versatile, customisable system that is designed to facilitate hot work such as welding in hazardous areas offshore or onshore.
The system isolates ignition sources that are generated from hot work operations taking place inside the Hot work Safety Enclosure (HSE) from any potentially flammable gases that may exist outside the HSE.
Essentially, the overpressure in a WICH System is used to prevent penetration of potentially explosive substances and gases, allowing hot work to be carried out in areas otherwise considered hazardous, thus avoiding expensive and unnecessary shutdown of the plant.
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Anjur Ekar takes pride in its offer of the safe welding habitat system that provides immense savings for clients in the offshore sector. It includes automatic shutdowns systems for hazardous environments and the flexi overpressure system that allows for operations to be completed onsite while production continues. Customers are thus spared expensive and unnecessary shutdowns.
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THE WICH SYSTEM
The WICH System (Welding Isolation Chamber Habitat ) is a patented, versatile customisable system that is designed to facilitate hot work such as welding in hazardous areas offshore or onshore. The system isolates ignition sources that are generated from hot work operations taking place inside the Hot work Safety Enclosure (HSE) from any potentially flammable gases that may exist outside the HSE. Essentially, the overpressure in a WICH System is used to prevent penetration of potentially explosive substances and gases, allowing hot work to be carried out in areas otherwise considered hazardous, thus avoiding expensive and unnecessary shutdown of the plant.
The WICH System is designed based on flexibility in mind, which helps facilitate hot work better. It comes in versatile designs, various sizes, is able to fit in any space and each part is easily transported. The use of scaffolding and pliable covering also allow the system to be built around pillars and other obstacles.
As the oil and gas industry developed, risk management became an integral and required aspect of the industry, especially when carrying out hot work in hazardous areas.
Realising this, we created a robust Safety Management System and today we use checklists and procedures at every stage of our habitat construction and have a comprehensive, formal risk assessment system.
We also have an unparalleled safety record as thus far in our operations we have maintained zero Lost Time Injury, which we attribute to our excellent back up support services and ability to respond swiftly to client’s needs.
One essential safety feature in our WICH System is the automatic shut-down feature, with functions that include :
- Managing hot work risks
- Gas detection
- Loss of overpressure
- Detection of high temperature and rapid temperature increase
- Equipment malfunction
- Emergency stop
- Change in installation status
We take pride in our dedicated team of engineers and technicians who are highly trained to operate the WICH System.
Having been trained through our in-house training programme, Anjur Ekar has hundreds of technicians who are certified, experienced and skilled in providing consultation and assessment to clients before they choose our products or commence their projects.
Thus, what sets us apart from our peers is having the right project management expertise, technicians and execution ability.
Our highly trained technical team provides the servicing, repair work and consultancy needed to clients even after a sale is done.
At Anjur Ekar, we take our service further in hearing our clients’ continuous needs. In striving towards customer satisfaction, we assure that whenever a solution is needed, our experts are there with the assessment, recommendation and solution needed.
FACILITIES AND SERVICES
While we cater to clients in Southeast Asia, we have strategically located factories locally in Kota Damansara, Kemaman, Labuan and Miri that allow us to cater to clients nationwide, through our service offerings.
All our products have SIRIM (Standards and Industrial Research Institute of Malaysia) certification and our factories ensure that the products are fully tested to maintain optimum performance through facilities such as :
- Testing bays
- Load bank rooms
- Equipment Servicing Tools
- Storage Areas
The WICH System consists of a variety of functional and safety related components that make the system flexible. It’s feature also allow the system to be designed to offer convenient, efficient and safe working enviroments.
The system panels are made from non-ignitable material that can be created in any shape and size, depending on the area of application. The panels are joined together using a combination of zippers and velcro, making the habitat easily assembled in minimal time. The panels can be shifted and added at any time, making it possible to change the shape and size of the habitat.
All doors are self-closing and made from aluminium, with every door equipped with windows for visibility and safety reasons.
TEMPERATURE CONTROL SHUTDOWN SYSTEM
A sensor which acts as a safety device that monitors the motor fan, PLC and socket temperature from getting too hot. It also triggers the shutdown of the fan motor system if temperatures increase tremendously.
These supply air with an overpressure to the habitat and shuts off automatically when the detector at the inlet registers abnormal levels of gas in the inlet air. It further closes down electricity used in the habitat in case of loss of overpressure and can also trigger a water curtain in the WICH System.
It sends a signal to the control device when it detects abnormal levels of gases that are inflammable.
This is where the auto shutdown damper is located with the PLC system and the manometer. The thermometer is installed on this part of the fan blower to monitor the socket and motor.
A pressure measuring gauge which transmits a signal to a control devise when it registers pressure that is lower than a given value. The electricity supply to the welding equipment is then simultaneously shut off.
This directs inlet air from the inlet blower to the outlet blower and from the outlet blower to the habitat enclosure.
A suction motor located here pulls air into the system. A gas detector located at the inlet opening detects whether there is any gas presence in the air that is being pulled in.
Sends a signal to the inside alarm located in the habitat enclosure in case of any emergency.