PROCESS CONTROL

A Process can be defined as: "A series of actions, changes, or functions bringing about a result"

Actions, changes and functions performed in Process Equipment are for the most part electrically controlled and based on Process measurement set-points which are electrically monitored.  Burners, furnaces and vessels may all be sized correctly, but if there is poor control the process will not give you the expected output

GAS ASSISTED FLARE, PROCESS & IGNITION CONTROL

BIO-GAS INCINERATOR - FUEL GAS CONTROL TRAIN

Temperature, Conductivity, Pressure, Time, Density, PH Level, Moisture, U-V & Infrafred Light Sensing, Flow and Electromagnetic Position Detection are a few of the many types of measurement points (Inputs) required to keep track of a process

Valves, Motors, Ignitors, Indication and Alarm functions are devices (Outputs) typically found in Burner and Process Control systems, each being electrically operated based on one or more measurement points noted above

LOW VOLTAGE PROCESS & BURNER CONTROL

WASTE GAS BURNER - FLAME ARRESTED, WITH FUEL GAS ASSIST

CREMATION FURNACE PROCESS CONTROL WITH DIGITAL OPERATOR INTERFACE


PILOTS & IGNITION

FUEL-AIR PREMIXING PILOT BURNER WITH SPARK IGNITION & FLAME ROD DETECTION

'P' SERIES PARTIAL AIR-GAS PREMIXING PILOT BURNER WITH SPARK IGNITION AND FLAME ROD DETECTION

PILOT Types;

Air-Cooled, Pre-Mixing, Partial Pre-Mixing, Nozzle Mix, Forced & Natural Draft

Spark Ignited, Flame-Front Generated, Monitored, Interlocked

Safe, Stable and Sized Correctly to suit most Burner & Flare applications

A PILOT CONFIGURATION TO SUIT MOST BURNER APPLICATIONS