Our customized solutiuons for ignition systems are essential for safe combustion in various industrial settings, including power plant boilers, refinery furnaces, and ships.
Reliable ignition systems are critical to prevent malfunctions that can lead to unplanned plant shutdowns and significant financial losses.
For manual ignition of small gas burners or situations where a pilot burner or ignition burner is not feasible, mobile ignition systems with high energy igniters can be used. These portable systems are designed for easy one-person operation and are available in different models with two or four wheels, capable of accommodating up to four standard gas cylinders.
MOBILE IGNITION SYSTEMS
Mobile ignition systems are suitable for the manual ignition of small gas burners or for applications where a pilot burner or ignition burner cannot be installed and simple high energy ignition is not sufficient. The portable or mobile ignition systems are based on integrated high energy igniters and are designed for easy one-man operation. Our mobile models are available as handy trolleys with two or four wheels and can be equipped with up to four standard gas cylinders. All models can be tailored to individual customer requirements.
FLARE IGNITION SYSTEMS
Flare ignition systems are used to ignite the flue gas from pipe flares, air and steam-assisted flares and ground flares. Thanks to reliable ignition and stable burning, pilot burners ensure safe operation of the flare even under the most difficult climatic conditions. In most flare systems, the pilot burner cannot be serviced or replaced while in operation.
HIGH ENERGY IGNITION SYSTEMS
High energy ignition systems are electrical ignition systems for the safe, direct ignition of gas and liquid fuels. In contrast to high voltage ignition systems, they deliver significantly more ignition energy and are less sensitive to moisture and dirt.
The high-energy ignition spark is generated in the high energy ignition device by abrupt discharge of a high-voltage capacitor and then conducted to the ignition tip via the ignition lance or a high-voltage cable.
Optional pneumatic retraction units allow precise and repeatable positioning of the ignition tip to the fuel cone. Retraction of the ignition lance after successful ignition protects the ignition tip from high wear or being destroyed by the flame.
PLASMA IGNITION SYSTEMS
Microwave plasma ignition systems are electrical ignition systems with a high ignition potential for the safe, direct ignition of fuels that are difficult to ignite, such as dusty solid fuels (dry lignite, hard coal, biomass), as well as gases, oils and special fuels. Ignition in low-oxygen and oxygen-free atmospheres is also possible. Because the systems operate without fuel, there is no need for ignition fuels or the infrastructure required for media supply. Due to their design, microwave plasma ignition systems are characterized by high efficiency, a high degree of effectiveness and also by low wear and high availability.
OIL IGNITION AND PILOT BURNERS
Oil ignition and pilot burners provide defined, highly-available and stable ignition energy in the form of an ignition flame. They are used to start and stabilize combustion processes and thermal processes for any of the main fuels with variable outputs in different main burner and combustion chamber geometries.
GAS IGNITION AND PILOT BURNERS
Gas ignition and pilot burners provide defined, highly-available and stable ignition energy in the form of an ignition flame. They are used to start and stabilize combustion processes and thermal processes for any of the main fuels with variable outputs in different main burner and combustion chamber geometries.