FORNEY IGNITER PDF
The HESI is a Class 3 Igniter used for direct spark ignition of oil or gas igniters, small burners, and combustion turbines. Forney’s High Energy Spark Igniter (HESI) provides a highly reliable, non-fouling source of ignition for oil or gas igniters or small burners. The Forney horn igniter is designed to be a direct replacement for the OEM igniter on tangentially fired boilers. This igniter features improvements such as the. The MAXFire® Series gas igniter incorporates the “protected primary combustion zone” design in each of the 5 capacities available. MAXFire® gas igniters provide the most reliable source of energy for main flame ignition, flame stabilization, and boiler warm-up.
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These three features combine to produce a highly reliable igniter. Compatibility Fits most existing mount tubes minimizing retrofit installation costs.
Atomization takes place at the rear of the igniter away from the heat of the tip resulting in no fouling or need for cleaning. As an option, a mount tube can be provided to support the igniter. WC across device Length:. Compatibility Fits most existing mount frney minimizing retrofit installation costs. It is also the choice …. Natural gas or propane Minimum Length: Return to top of page.
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The HESI spark tip is a nonfouling, surface-gap tip which is replaceable as a unit by a threaded connection. The oil and gas connections utilize stainless steel braided hoses and optional quick disconnect couplings. The major components are fastened to the igniter front plate with easily removable connections to simplify maintenance. It was also identified that the ceramic insulators in many of the tips were broken or had cracks from being dropped on the burner deck during maintenance, and iyniter caused malfunctions in the spark tips which required replacement.
Foorney Class I igniter is located in a tilting tangentially fired boiler adjacent to the main fuel nozzle. The HESI is a Class 3 Igniter used for direct spark ignition of oil igniger gas igniters, small burners, and combustion turbines.
While out of service, airflow cools the igniter and prevents debris from entering the end of the guide tube. Pre-packaged, pre-engineered product minimizes cost and lead time.
Surface gap Spark Tip Material: Flexible Single Tube igniters. The spark rod features a self-cleaning surface-gap spark tip that is easily replaceable via a threaded connection. The High Energy Spark Igniter consists of three major components: A factory mounted NEMA-4 junction box with all on-board electrical devices pre-wired to terminals is a standard feature which reduces installation time.
WC above fornwy pressure Length: Return to top of page. Horn Igniter The Forney horn igniter is designed to be a direct replacement for the OEM igniter on tangentially fired boilers.
Durability Heavy duty material and no moving parts to wear out. While out of service, airflow cools the igniter and prevents debris from migrating into the end of the guide tube.
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The controlled mixture of fuel and air in the primary combustion zone results in a highly reliable, stable igniter flame. The ignition process starts inside the guide tube away from the b …. Both horn igniter assemblies consist of a fodney plate, an oil or gas gun for the single fuel horn igniter or a combination oil and gas gun for the dual fuel forneu igniter, a High Energy Spark Igniter HESIa combustion air tube, an optional flame detector, and a horn.
With a change-out of the internals, the Q87 can switch from firing one fuel to another. The problem solving approach was based on the PDCA Plan-Do-Check-Adjust ignifer identifying specific actions, checks, and adjustments to be carried out before scheduled outages.
As a gas igniter, the gas is directed to the tip through the single flexible tube. An ATEX version is also available.
The HESI produces a powerful joule spark approximately three times per second at the primary combustion zone.