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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It is also the choice when both air and steam atomization is required for No. The plant formed a multi-discipline networking team including Forney ignitsr in Novemberthat applied a Lean Structured Problem Solving SPS process to identify potential solutions to these igniter issues.
Forney Ignition & Combustion HESI Igniters – Forney Corporation
Both rigid and flexible spark rods can be provided with an optional retraction assembly to allow the spark tip to be inserted and retracted from the firing position. Both horn igniter assemblies consist of a mounting plate, an oil or gas gun for the single fuel horn igniter or a rorney oil and gas gun for the dual fuel horn igniter, a High Energy Spark Igniter HESIa combustion air tube, an optional flame detector, ingiter a horn.
The Forney horn igniter is designed to be a direct replacement for the OEM igniter on tangentially fired boilers.
The Q87 igniter is the best choice when dual fuel natural gas and No. The ignition process starts inside the guide tube away from the burner environment resulting in an extremely stable and reliable igniter. The collaborative multidisciplinary partnership between AEP and Forney was able to successfully address the igniter reliability concerns within a few foeney and improved plant efficiency. As a result this igniter is self-stabilized, highly reliable and requires virtually no maintenance.
The HESI is a Class 3 Igniter used for direct spark ignition of oil or gas igniters, small burners, and combustion turbines. Horn Igniter The Forney horn igniter is designed to be forneey direct replacement for the OEM igniter on tangentially fired boilers.
Oil Igniter Reliability Optimized by AEP-Forney Team
As an oil igniter, the unique rear atomizer results in a single tube extending to the one piece tip. As part of the multi-discipline SPS team, Forney engineers met with the plant personnel to explain the igniter parts assembly and operations.
Flexible Single Tube igniters. Igniters provide the ignition energy to ignite the main fuel for utility and large industrial steam generators. While out of service, airflow cools the igniter and prevents debris from entering the end of the guide tube. Application Flexibility The protected primary combustion zone ensures reliable operation in multiple environments. Forney provides a complete line of oil and natural gas igniters for all burner types. As an option, a mount tube forneyy be provided to support the igniter.
The HESI spark tip is a nonfouling, surface-gap tip which is replaceable as a unit by a threaded connection. On retrofit applications, the existing horn diffuser may be reused, if it is not damaged or deteriorated. This Class I igniter is located in a tilting tangentially fired boiler adjacent to the main fuel nozzle. HTSI provides high performance at an economical price.
These three features combine to produce a highly reliable igniter. The High Energy Spark Igniter consists of three major components: Based on this training and recommendations, a troubleshooting guide was put in place shortly thereafter. This Class I igniter is located in a tilting tangentially fired boiler adjacent to the main fuel nozzle. Ihniter spark rod is available in the standard rigid design or in a flexible configuration for use in a tilting tangential burner application.
Forney and plant personnel did further root cause analysis to identify additional adjustments and countermeasures.
Compatibility Fits most existing mount tubes minimizing retrofit installation costs. The major components are fastened to the igniter front plate with easily removable connections to simplify maintenance.
This igniter features improvements such as the high energy spark igniter Fogneyoptic …. Natural gas or propane Minimum Length: As a result this igniter is self-stabilized, highly reliable and requires virtually no maintenance.
Durability Heavy duty material and no moving parts to wear out. Depending on burner capacity, the horn igniter is capable of supporting Class 1 or 2 operations.
It was also identified that the ceramic insulators in many of the tips were broken or had cracks from being dropped on dorney burner deck during maintenance, and this caused malfunctions in the spark tips which required replacement.
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