TECSA official partner of Micropack (UK)

TECSA S.r.l. signs a partnership agreement with the British company Micropack, based in Aberdeen (UK), to develop on the Italian territory advanced consulting activities in the field of basic and advanced design of Fire & Gas systems including Fire & Gas Mapping activities also in 3D using the specific HazMap 3D calculation code developed by the English company. TECSA S.r.l., according to the agreement signed, is also Value Added Reseller of this innovative analysis tool.

Micropack L.t.d. is a leading company in the field of design and verification of Fire & Gas detection systems.
The design activities are developed in accordance with the international standards of reference both prescriptive and performance (including the ISA guideline TR 84.00.07) supported by specific calculation codes that take advantage of advanced mapping techniques also in three-dimensional simulation domains.

TECSA S.r.l. has personnel authorized to use these specialized calculation codes for the development of complex F & G detection system designs, both onshore and offshore.

The Director of TECSA Srl, Luca Fiorentini, is certified as Fire & Gas Professional FGP by exida (FGP UK # 170412009) and has already conducted in Italy, working for several years, a series of activities of F & G mapping in 3D in the oil & fields upstream gas, gas & power, refining and chemical for different realities of national and supranational importance. He is the author of some publications in Italian on the subject including:

Luca Fiorentini, Edward Marszal: Performance-oriented Safety Engineering: The best positioning of gas and fire detectors by analyzing the effective coverage area, Firefighting Magazine, EPC S.r.l. (Rome), November 2015, see the title page
Luca Fiorentini (TECSA S.r.l.), Edward Marszal (Kenexis, USA), “Requirements Seveso III. Sizing, positioning and selection criteria of the F & G systems for the 3D study of the relevant accident scenarios and of the effective coverage area and in relation to the process risk analysis carried out “(see abstract); VII VGR 2016 Conference “Risk Assessment and Management” – Rome, 20-22 September 2016
The F & G mapping activities with advanced codes complete TECSA technical skills in the field of advanced simulation including finite element analysis and 1D, 2D and 3D thermofluidodynamic and multiphysics analysis.