Flame Monitors (BC, Saskatchewan, Manitoba)
A flame detector is designed to detect and output a signal to indicate the presence or lack of presence of a flame. The signal is typically input directly into a burner management system for the deactivation of the fuel supply and annunciation to alert operations.
Flame detectors utilize many different sensor technologies including ultraviolet, IR, or a combination of UV/IR. Selection of the right sensor mainly depends on the type of fuel used with IR more suitable for coal or oil fuels, UV for clean gaseous fuels, and UV/IR for all both.
Honeywell Industrial Flame Monitoring
Description & Features
Honeywell Industrial Flame Monitoring (IFM) products offer reliable, durable and flexible solutions for the most challenging applications and toughest environments. They are designed for the highest level of function and flame discrimination for a wide array of industrial processes and applications.