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Product Overview Ignition Systems

Gas Fired Igniters, Pilot Burners and Ignition Lances for Flares, Furnaces and Boilers

smart solutions for combustion and environment

Introduction
For more than half a century Smitsvonk has been making low-tension high-energy ignition and control systems for industrial combustion processes. These electrical and electronic ignition systems are applied world-wide. They are characterized by a high degree of reliability under demanding conditions. Ignition is not effected by dirt, humidity, extreme temperatures or aggressive gases.

The Smitsvonk ignition principle


Smitsvonks low tension high energy ignition system is designed to meet the requirements of reliable ignition for many industrial applications. The system is based upon the principle of a capacitor discharge over a special discharge surface. This surface consists of an isolator with semiconductor properties. The isolator and positive and negative electrodes are integrated into a high temperature resistant spark plug. When a charged capacitor is connected, it will be discharged via the spark plug producing sparks, even under wet or soiled conditions.

Process step by step


1 Charge capacitor 2 Capacitor connected to spark plug through high voltage thyristor 3 As capacitor discharges a current forms across the semi conductor surface of the spark plug 4 The area above the insulator becomes ionised 5 Resulting flame shaped spark forms a plasma. Current from 3001000 A in 5 to 15 s

This system has the following advantages


Moisture, dirt, oil and grease will not effect the ignition Not limitation for cable length Low power consumption Insensitive to process pressure Self cleaning spark plug surface, due to flame shaped spark Tension is low in comparison to traditional ignition sources Easy construction for explosion proof execution.

Applications
Ground and elevated flares Industrial furnaces and boilers Pulverized coal fired power plants Portable igniters Waste incinerators Gas engines/turbines

The system comprises:


A power supply with varying capacities Control electronics with variable pulse frequencies A thyristor A connection cable Smitsvonk low tension spark tip.

transformer power supply

rectifier

capacitor

thyristor spark tip

impulse generator

high energy pulse

control

Flare Ignition Systems


Flaring systems in a refinery, petrochemical plant or steel plant ensure the safe and efficient disposal of relieved gases. A flare is expected to operate twenty-four hours a day. The flare system must be in service for several years without a need for maintenance. Therefore proper design and operation are extremely important. Ignition of the waste gases can be done by pilot burners (flame) or for some applications by ignition lances (spark). The ignition system must reliably ignite the waste gas of the flare. If the ignition system fails, unburned hydrocarbons and/or toxic gases could be released into the atmosphere.

Smitsvonk flare ignition systems


A: C  lassic flare ignition, flame front ignition A flame front generator is a system in which a gas/air mixture is introduced at ground level and flows up a one-inch line to the pilot burner. After filling this line with the mixture it is ignited by a spark. The resulting flame travels to the top of the flare where the pilot burner is ignited. B:  Gas-electric flare ignition A premixed, self-aspirating pilot burner with 3 integrated spark plugs.

Electrical ignition with three integrated spark plugs located away from the high heat radiation zone

SMITSVONK Flame Front Generator Panel with Extra High Energy Ignition

flame front ignition (gas/air mixture)

pilot gas consumption: 35 Nm3/hr, 26,00043,800 Nm3/year

pilot gas consumption: 1.53 Nm3/hr, 13,00026,000 Nm3/year

C: C  ombination of A and B

flame front connection

Pilot Burner
Ignition of waste gas from pipe flares, air and steam assisted flares and ground flares
For most flare systems the pilot burner can not be accessed for service. Maintenance or replacement is not possible while the flare is in operation. To safeguard operation, Smitsvonks pilots provide reliable ignition and stable burning even under the most difficult climate conditions.

Features
High energy ignition Ignition by three integrated spark plugs Long lifetime, longer maintenance intervals Insensitive to moisture and dirt Complete delivery; cables, junction boxes and ignition unit Easy fit cable connectors Self-aspirating or forced air supply Integrated and protected thermocouple Functionally tested to client specifications Construction completely out of high temperature-resistant stainless steel

Heavy duty pilot burner with radiation shield to protect the electrical connections

Applications
Ignition of all kind of flares in the (petro) chemical, oil and gas, steel and biogas industry

Pilot burners in different lengths and shapes

common data pipe diameter length design air requirement gas connection supply gas 2 (60 mm) 1200, 2326 or 2500 mm angled or straight self-aspirating 1/2 BSPM natural gas or propane/ butane refinery gas (max. 40 vol% H2) options materials windcap diameter mounting hooks flame detection option mainly 310 SST 4 included by thermocouple type K double thermocouple 2 separate thermocouples

refinery gas, up to 100% H2, coke gas, biogas

Pilot Burner Selection Table for Small and Medium Size Flares
model number design heat release based on natural gas in kW 1017 gas flow in required nm3/hr pressure gas ignition thermocouple

ST57(60)AF13/2326/360/25/TW length: 2326 mm option for thermocouple ST57(60)AF13/2326/360/25/DTW option for extra flame front ignition: ST57(60)AF13/2326/360/25/TW-FFG ST57(60)AF13/1200/TW length: 1200 mm option for thermocouple ST57(60)AF13/1200/DTW ST57(60)AF13/2500/360/25/TW length: 2500 mm option for thermocouple ST57(60)AF13/2500/360/25/DTW option for extra flame front ignition: ST57(60)AF13/2500/360/25/TW-FFG ST57(60)AF19/2326/360/25/TW length: 2326 mm option for thermocouple: ST57(60)AF19/2326/360/25/DTW option for extra flame front ignition: ST57(60)AF19/2326/360/25/TW-FFG ST57(60)AF19/2500/360/25/TW length: 2500 mm option for thermocouple ST57(60)AF19/2500/360/25/DTW option for extra flame front ignition: ST57(60)AF19/2500/360/25/TWFFG for biogas ST57(60)BF19/1200/T3 length: 1200 mm for coke gas ST57(60)WF13/2326/360/25/TW length: 2326 mm for low pressure ST76(60)AF23/2326/360/25/T6 length: 2326 mm
Straight construction

angled

11.7

0.51.5

natural gas or propane/ butane or refinery gas (max. 40% H2)

3 integrated spark plugs at flame side

single

3 spark plugs and extra flame front tube angled 1017 11.7 0.51.5 natural gas or propane/ butane or refinery gas (max. 40% H2) 3 integrated spark plugs at flame side tube

double

single

double straight 1017 11.7 0.51.5 natural gas or propane/ butane or refinery gas (max. 40% H2) 3 integrated spark plugs at flame side single

3 spark plugs and extra flame front tube angled 1529 1.52.9 0.20.8 natural gas or propane/ butane or refinery gas (max. 40% H2) 3 integrated spark plugs at flame side

double

single

3 spark plugs and extra flame front tube straight 1529 1.52.9 0.20.8 natural gas or propane/ butane or refinery gas (max. 40% H2) 3 integrated spark plugs at flame side

double

single

3 spark plugs and extra flame front tube straight 46 biogas 1525 coke gas 617 0.70.9 0.070.1 bio gas 3 integrated spark plugs at flame side 3 integrated spark plugs at flame side 3 integrated spark plugs at flame side

double

single

angled

35

0.10.3

coke gas 4060% H2 rest CO natural gas

single

angled

1.52.3

40100 mBarg

single

Angled construction

Pilot Burner Selection Table for Large Flares (Heavy Duty Applications)
model number design heat gas flow release in nm3/hr based on natural gas in kW 1630 1.63.0 required pressure gas ignition thermocouple

HDEP60AF19/2326/360/25/TW length: 2326 mm

angled

0.20.8

natural gas or propane/butane or refinery gas (max. 40% H2)

3 integrated spark plugs at 1.8 m from the top

single

option for thermocouple HDEPST60AF19/2326/360/25/DTW HDEPST60AF19/2326/360/25/2TW option for extra flame front ignition: ST60AF13/2326/360/25/TW-FFG HDEPST60AF19/2500/360/TW length: 2500 mm option for thermocouple: HDEPST60AF19/2500/360/DTW HDEPST60AF19/2500/360/2TW option for extra flame front ignition: ST60AF13/2500/360/TW-FFG angled 1630 1.63.0 0.20.8 natural gas or propane/butane or refinery gas (max. 40% H2)

3 spark plugs and extra flame front tube 3 integrated spark plugs at 1.9 m from the top

double 2 pieces

single

double 2 pieces 3 spark plugs and extra flame front tube

Heavy duty pilot burner with a hybrid ignition system: Integrated spark plugs and flame front ignition

Pilot Burner Inquiry Check List


Location Type Plant type Flare tip type Flare tip manufacturer Diameter of flare tip Total height Drawing of the flare tip available Min./max. flow of the waste gas Composition of the waste gas Number of pilot burners required Pilot gas pressure available Pilot gas composition Location of the ignition/control unit Explosion proof required ATEX or other For gas group IIB or IIC, zone 1 or 2 Power supply available: Other requirements: Accessories High temperature (775C) ignition cable with connector and SST protection hose yes no yes no min.: max.: Barg

High temperature (775C) thermocouple cable with connector and SST protection hose SST junction box for ignition or thermocouple signal Low temperature ignition cable Low temperature thermocouple cable

Ignition and control unit (see pages 15 and 16)

Continuous Electronic Spark Flare Ignition

Features
No gas consumption; offering considerable savings Substantial reduction of investment costs since no gas lines, valves, instrumentation or electrical control system for the pilot burner are needed

Description
Smitsvonk has decades of experience with direct electric ignition of flare units. A reproducible, high energy, highly reliable spark (described in the literature as plasma ignition) that is not susceptible to external influences such as moisture and dirt, guarantees the safe ignition and combustion of the residual gas in the flare. Such direct electric spark ignition may, for example, be used in flares firing coke oven gas and flares where fuel gas containing a minimum of 6% hydrogen is burnt at relatively low flame velocities in the flare head. In addition, the spark ignition module employed by Smitsvonk offers the decisive advantage of thyristor-controlled circuitry that is not subjected to wear and tear. The ignition system is designed to withstand the long operation and maintenance cycles typical for these types of industries. The construction of the ignition lance depends on exit velocity, gas composition and the number of operation hours. The number of lances depends on the flare diameter.

Applications
Coke oven flares Pipe flares with hydrogen in the waste gas Temporary flares from tank farms

Direct spark ignition of a coke oven flare Ignition and control unit, see pages 15 and 16

Ignition Lances
Direct ignition of (pilot) burners, flares and other processes

Features
Built to client specifications High temperature resistance Long life time Easy fit cable connectors Insensitive to moisture Exchangeable spark plug

Angled (45) ignition lance

Angled (180) ignition lance

Applications
Burners and flares

Ignition Lances for Flares


diameter type 26.7 mm 26.7T/L/ TK18/18 straight 3001000 mm: multiple of 100mm, 10002000 mm: multiple of 100mm, 20003000 mm: 200mm intervals 310 SST M30 easy fit connector option - thermocouple - explosion proof - ATEX II 2G EEx d IIC T6 26.7 mm 26.7T/L/ TK18/18-35 angled spark plug 26.7 mm 26.7T/L/90/ TK18/18 angled lance 45 26.7 mm 26.7T/L/120/ 90AH/TK18/18-CF angled lance 180 2300 or 3000 mm

Options
explosion proof versions for thermocouple for flexible lances for special bent lances for angled spark plug.

construction length L

3001000 mm: 1500, 2000 or multiple of 100mm, 2300mm 10002000 mm: multiple of 100mm, 20003000 mm: 200mm intervals 310 SST M30 easy fit connector option - thermocouple - explosion proof -A  TEX II 2G EEx d IIC T6 310 SST M30 easy fit connector fixed or adjustable - thermocouple - explosion proof - ATEX II 2G EEx d IIC T6

tube material electrical connection mounting hooks options

310 SST M30 easy fit connector fixed or adjustable - thermocouple - explosion proof - ATEX II 2G EEx d IIC T6

Ignition Lances
For burners and processes

Accessories
High temperature (775 C) ignition cable with connector and SST protection hose High temperature (775 C) thermocouple cable with connector and SST protection hose SST junction box for ignition or thermocouple signal Low temperature ignition cable Low temperature thermocouple cable Ignition and control unit (see pages 15 and 16).

Ignition Lances for Burners and Processes diameter type design length L 17.2 mm 17.2/L/TP14/12 straight 2001000 mm: multiple of 100mm, 10002000 mm: multiple of 100mm, 20003000 mm: 200mm intervals 310 SST M25 easy fit connector material: 316 SST option - flexible lance - special bent shape - mounting adapter - ATEX II2G EEx dIIC T6 17.2 mm 17.2/L/TP14/12-JB straight 2001000 mm: multiple of 100mm, 10002000 mm: multiple of 100mm, 20003000 mm: 200mm intervals 310 SST junction box material: aluminium fixed or adjustable - flexible lance - special bent shape - mounting adapter - ATEX II2G EEx dIIC T6 15 mm 15.7/L/TP12/JB straight 2001000 mm: multiple of 100mm, 10002000 mm: multiple of 100mm, 20003000 mm: 200mm intervals 316 SST junction box material: aluminium option - flexible lance - special bent shape - mounting adapter - ATEX II2G EEx dIIC T6

tube material electrical connection mounting hooks option

Spark Plugs
All types of low tension high energy spark plugs to replace existing high tension systems Standard mechanical connection: M10, M14 and M18

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Gas Fired Igniters Tube 54 mm


Ignition of main burners in furnaces, boilers, power plants and incinerators

Self-aspirating Ignition Burner

Features and Benefits


High energy ignition Insensitive to moisture Sstainless steel construction Self-aspirating, forced air supply or combination For self-aspirating version no air supply line required Insensitive to pressure fluctuations Robust design For all kind of gases and pressures Integrated spark plug(s) and ionisation electrode Explosion proof version (ATEX) available

type heat release with natural gas heat release with propane min. max pressure length L

N54APV13/L/A/V2E 80132 kW 120195 kW 0.51.5 Barg

N54APV13/L/A/V3E 115192 kW 170285 kW

N54APV13/L/A/V5E 185305 kW 280458 kW

400, 500, 600: multiple of 100 mm, from 1000 to 2000 mm: 200 mm intervals, 2000, 2500, 3000 mm 165, 230 or 400 mm in steps of 10 mm Flange 2 ANSI 150 LBS RF 1/2 BSPF 1/2 BSPF by 3 integrated spark plugs ionisation 310 SST 316 SST M25 connector for ignitition, M25 connector for ionisation IP65 3/4 BSPF 1/2 BSPF 3/4 BSPF 1/2 BSPF

air inlet A connection to main burner gas connection air conn. for forced draft ignition flame detection tube material connection material electrical connection protection

Applications
Main burners of furnaces, boilers, incinerators and power plants.

Explosion Proof Self-aspirating Ignition Burner type heat release with natural gas heat release with propane min. max. pressure length L 54APVD13/L/A/VE 4675 kW 67109 kW 0.51.5 Barg 400, 500, 600: multiple of 100 mm, from 1000 to 2000 mm: 200 mm intervals 2000, 2500, 3000 mm 165, 230 or 400 mm in steps of 10 mm flange 2 ANSI 150 LBS RF NPTF BSPF 3 integrated spark plugs ionisation 310 SST 316 SST explosion proof connection housing IP65 ATEX II G EEx D IIC T6 NPTF BSPF NPTF BSPF 54APVD13/L/A/V2E 80132 kW 120195 kW 54APVD13/L/A/V5E 185305 kW 280458 kW

air inlet A connection to main burner gas connection air conn. for forced draft ignition flame detection tube material connection material electrical connection protection explosion proof

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Gas Fired Igniters Tube 48.3 mm


Ignition of main burners in furnaces, boilers, power plants and incinerators

Self-aspirating Ignition Burner type heat release with natural gas heat release with propane min. max. pressure length L JB48APV13/L/A/VE 4675 kW 67109 kW 0.51.5 Barg 400, 500, 600: multiple of 100 mm, from 1000 to 2000 mm: 200 mm intervals, 2000, 2500, 3000 mm 300 mm in steps of 10 mm flange 2 ANSI 150 LBS RF 3/8 NPTF option integrated spark plug ionisation 310 SST 316 SST connection housing IP65 3/8 NPTF option 3/8 NPTF option JB48APV13/L/A/V2E 80132 kW 120195 kW JB48APV13/L/A/V4E 150250 kW 226370 kW

Features and Benefits


High energy ignition Insensitive to moisture Stainless steel construction Self-aspirating, forced air supply or combination For self-aspirating version no air supply line required Insensitive to pressure fluctuations Rugged design For all kind of gases and pressures Integrated spark plugs(s) and ionisation electrode Explosion proof version (ATEX) available

air inlet A connection to main burner gas connection air conn. for forced draft ignition flame detection tube material connection material electrical connection protection

Applications
Main burners of furnaces, boilers, incinerators and power plants

Explosion Proof Self-aspirating Ignition Burner type heat release with natural gas heat release with propane min. max. pressure length L 48APVD13/L/A/VE 4675 kW 67109 kW 0.51.5 Barg 400, 500, 600: multiple of 100 mm, from 1000 to 2000 mm: 200 mm intervals, 2000, 2500, 3000 mm 300 mm in steps of 10 mm flange 2 ANSI 150 LBS RF NPTF BSPF integrated spark plug ionisation 310 SST 316 SST explosion proof connection housing IP65 ATEX II 2G EEx d IIC T6 NPTF BSPF NPTF BSPF 48APVD13/L/A/V2E 80132 kW 120195 kW 48APVD13/L/A/V4E 150250 kW 226370 kW

air inlet A connection to main burner gas connection air conn. for forced draft ignition flame detection
Igniter connection

tube material connection material electrical connection protection explosion proof

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Gas Fired Igniters Tube 38 mm


Ignition of main burners in furnaces, boilers, power plants and incinerators

Self-aspirating Ignition Burner type heat release with natural gas heat release with propane min. max pressure length L 38ALV/L/A/VE 1729 kW 2439 kW 0.51.5 Barg 400, 500 600: multiple of 100 mm from 1000 to 2000: 200 mm intervals 2000, 2500, 3000 mm 300 mm in steps of 10 mm flange 1 ANSI 150 LBS RF 3/8 NPTF option by 1 integrated spark plug ionisation 310 and 321 SST 316 SST M25 connector for ignition, M25 connector for ionisation IP65

Features and Benefits


High energy ignition Insensitive to moisture Stainless steel construction Self-aspirating, forced air supply or combination No air supply line required for self-aspirating version Insensitive to pressure fluctuations Rugged design For all kind of gases and pressures Integrated spark plugs(s) and ionisation electrode Explosion proof version (ATEX) available

air inlet A connection to main burner gas connection air conn, for forced draft ignition flame detection tube material connection material electrical connection protection

Applications
Main burners of furnaces, boilers, incinerators and power plants

Explosion Proof Self-aspirating Ignition Burner type heat release with natural gas heat release with propane min. max pressure length L 38APVD/L/A/VE 1729 kW 2439 kW 1.5 Barg 400, 500 600: multiple of 100 mm from 1000 to 2000: 200 mm intervals 2000, 2500, 3000 mm 300 mm in steps of 10 mm flange 1 ANSI 150 LBS RF NPTF BSPF integrated spark plug ionisation 310 and 321 SST 316 SST explosion proof connection housing IP65 ATEX II 2G EEx d IIC T6

air inlet A connection to main burner gas connection air conn, for forced draft ignition flame detection tube material connection material electrical connection protection explosion proof

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Igniter (Ignition Burner) Inquiry Check List


Location Type plant type Location Application Furnace draft/pressure Igniter mounting position Igniter outer tube diameter Gas specification Gas pressure Area classification Total length (L) Air sleeves position (A) Insert length (X) Flame control Required heat release Required flame length Mounting flange Frequency of use Air connection Air temperature Air pressure or wind box pressure Ambient air temperature Distance to ignition/control unit min.: max.: self-aspirating version forced air supply (option) ionisation furnace boiler incinerator

For ignition units see pages 15 and 16

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Ignition Units
Ignition and burner control for ignition burner, pilots burners, lances and spark plugs

Features and Benefits


High energy ignition Capacitor discharge with thyristor/diode 100% Electronic, no wear Wide range of power supply voltages. Low power consumption No limitation for cable length for flare ignition units

Applications
Furnaces Boilers Incinerators

Ignition units for igniters of furnaces, boilers and incinerators type function spark energy spark tension spark frequency power supply power consumption housing dimensions LxWxH protection remote start relay: flame relay E-LIGHT 2000V 162609 ignition 2J 2000 V 2 Hz 230, 115 or 24 VAC 5060 Hz 15 VA aluminum 260 x 160 x 90 mm IP65 n/a n/a E-LIGHT 2000V-233311-SV98H-CR ignition, flame detection and remote start 2 Je 2000 V 2 Hz 230, 115 or 24 VAC 5060 Hz 22 VA aluminum 230 x 230 x 110 mm IP65 24, 48 VDC, 110 or 230 VAC ionisation SV98H

Explosion proof, same specification only different dimensions type explosion proof dimensions LxWxH E-LIGHT 2000V CCA/GUB03 ATEX II 2G EEx d IIC T6 276 x 276 x 217 mm E-LIGHT 2000V-CCA/GUB04-SV98H-CR ATEX II 2G EEx d IIC T6 430 x 430 x 290 mm

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Ignition Units
Ignition and burner control for ignition burners, pilots burners, lances and spark plugs

Ignition Units for Igniters of Furnaces, Boilers and Incinerators type function design BWO(EE) 2/2 SV98H-CR ignition, flame detection and remote start EEx d housing for ignition unit and relays EEx e housing for terminals spark energy spark tension spark frequency power supply power consumption housing dimensions protection remote start relay flame relay explosion proof appr. 8 J 2000 Volt 2 Hz 230, 115 or 24 VAC 5060 Hz 25 VA painted steel 605 x 235 x 268 mm IP 65 24 VDC ionisation SV98H ATEX II 2G EEx de IIC T6

Ignition Units for Pilot Burners of Flares (longer distance) Common Data function power supply ignition spark energy spark tension spark frequency flame detection control enclosure material LED signal lamps switches contacts ignition and flame detection for pilot burner(s) or ignition lance(s) 230, 115 or 24 VAC 5060 Hz, option: for DC or battery back-up 100% electronic, type SVECU 9 or 18 J 3000 Volt 0,5 or 2 Hz depends on type pilot burner or lance. thermocouple relay type K by small PLC IP66 general purpose or explosion proof (ATEX), option: explosion proof for IIC painted steel for IP66 enclosure, cast aluminium for ex-proof enclosure, option: SST enclosure yellow power on, green for pilot on, red for pilot off, red for ignition failure main power isolator, start, stop, reset and lamp test pilot on/off, ignition failure, option for 420 mA

for one pilot burner type construction number of ignition units max. distance option for SVECU X/2-EJB5H4D4ST-L-CR 1 EEx d housing 1 250 m 500 m

for two pilot burners 2 SVECU X/2-EJB4/5H4D6S2T-L-CR 2 EEx d housing 2 250 m 500 m

for three pilot burners 3 SVECU X/2-2EJB5H4D8S3T-L-CR 2 EEx d housings 3 250 m 500 m option: for more pilot burners

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Portable Ignition Units


Lightweight, battery operated ignition unit

Features
Compact and lightweight unit weighs only 6kg High energy ignition Easy to replace rechargeable battery pack Ergonomically designed, easy to handle. Battery status indicator

Application
Direct spark ignition of industrial burners in absence of fixed igniters

Schematic
L= hexagon socket head screw M6 115

push button

shoulder belt

main switch

breathing gland M25 connector for battery charger

battery monitor

4-core cable with armor L=2.5 m

type
260

SPI high energy 3 Hz reloadable 12 V 3.2 AH (suitable for 3 hours of continuous operation) IP65 aluminum 6 kg 220240 VAC 17 W 300 min

ignition type spark frequency battery type battery capacity protection class housing material total weight (L=1000 mm) battery charger power supply power consumption loading time

100

adjustable stopring 40 x 15 x 15 mm

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Semi Portable Ignition Unit


Explosion proof ignition unit with ignition lance to ignite main burner in furnaces or boilers. Ignition can be controlled by a remote switch.

L 15

115

protection hose 20 m max. temperature 120C 4-core cable

Features
Explosion proof ignition unit High energy ignition Operation controlled by remote switch Easy to handle.
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276 236

Application
Direct spark ignition for industrial burners in absence of fixed igniters.

356 316 276

power supply cable

ignition spark energy spark tension spark frequency power supply power consumption protection class explosion proof housing material lance material handgrip material lance diameter lance length L

high Energy 2J 2 kV 2 Hz 220240 VAC 5060 Hz, option 24 VAC or 115 VAC 20 VA IP65 ATEX II 2G EEx d IIC T6 aluminum 316 SST aluminum 15 mm 5002000 mm, in steps of 100 mm bent lance

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option

push button

adjustable stopping 40 X 15 100

Mobile Ignition Units


Ignition of main burners at places where a fixed pilot burner or igniter is not available and a spark is insufficient to ignite the main burner.

2-wheeled trolly 4-wheeled trolly

Features
High energy ignition unit Insensitive to moisture and dirt Self-aspirating SST igniter Available for different gases and pressures.

Application
Furnaces Boilers Ground flares.

2-wheeled trolly consisting of: self-aspirating igniter type 7 d  iameter: 38 mm length: 1000 mm (other lengths possible) capacity: 20 kW gas: propane igniter materials: 316 and 321 SST explosion proof (ATEX 2G IIB) high energy ignition unit explosion proof switch explosion proof solenoid valve pressure reducer with downstream pressure gauge 2 reels, including all cabling and gas hose 11 m gas hose and ignition cable 25 m power supply cable suitable for 24, 120 or 230 VAC IP 65 enclosure for instruments not included: gas bottles options: - igniter diameter 25 mm (not for natural gas) - ionisation flame detection - LPG, butane, natural gas or refinery gas

4-wheeled trolly consisting of: self-aspirating igniter type 51  diameter: 48 and 51 mm length: 1000 mm (other lengths possible) capacity: 180350 kW gas: propane igniter materials: 310 and 316 SST explosion proof (ATEX 2G IIC) high energy ignition unit explosion proof switch explosion proof solenoid valve pressure reducer with downstream pressure gauge 2 reels, including all cabling and gas hose 11 m gas hose and ignition cable 25 m for power supply cable suitable for 24, 120 or 230 VAC IP 65 enclosure for instruments not included: gas bottles options: - wall mounted version with longer cable lengths - ionisation flame detection - LPG, butane, natural gas or refinery gas

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Smitsvonk Holland B.V. P.O. Box 180 2700 AD Zoetermeer Loodstraat 57 2718 RV Zoetermeer The Netherlands Tel. +31 (0)79 361 35 33 Fax +31 (0)79 361 13 78 Email: sales@smitsvonk.nl

DURAG GmbH Kollaustrae 105 22453 Hamburg, Germany Tel. +49 (0)40 55 42 18-0 Fax +49 (0)40 58 41 54 E-Mail: info@durag.de DVN DURAG Vertrieb/Service Nord Kollaustrae 105 22453 Hamburg, Germany Tel. +49 (0)40 55 42 18-0 Fax +49 (0)40 58 41 54 E-Mail: dvn@durag.de DVO DURAG Vertrieb/Service Ost Meiner Ring 4 09599 Freiberg, Germany Tel. +49 (0)3731 30 04-0 Fax +49 (0)3731 30 04-22 E-Mail: durag.freiberg@durag.de DVS DURAG Vertrieb/Service Sd Weidenweg 16 73087 Bad Boll, Germany Tel. +49 (0)7164 912 25-0 Fax +49 (0)7164 912 25-50 E-Mail: info@dvs-badboll.de DVW DURAG Vertrieb/Service West An der Pnt 53a 40885 Ratingen, Germany Tel. +49 (0)2102 74 00-0 Fax +49 (0)2102 74 00 28 E-Mail: dvw@durag.de

DURAG France S.a.r.l. Parc GIP Charles de Gaulle 49, rue Lonard de Vinci, BP 70166 95691 Goussainville CEDEX, France Tel. +33 (0)1 301 811 80 Fax +33 (0)1 393 383 60 E-Mail: info@durag-france.fr DURAG UK Oce Suite 17, Brookside Business Park Cold Meece, Stone, Staffordshire ST15 0RZ, United Kingdom Tel. +44 (0)1785 760 007 Fax +44 (0)1785 760 014 E-Mail: durag.uk@durag.de DURAG, Inc., USA 1355 Mendota Heights Road Suite 200, Mendota Heights MN 55120, USA Tel. +1 651 451-1710 Fax +1 651 457-7684 E-Mail: durag@durag.com DURAG India Instrumentation Ltd #143/16, Ground Floor, 4th Main Road Industrial Town, Rajajinagar Bengalooru 560 044, India Tel. +91 (0)80 23 14 56 26 Fax +91 (0)80 23 14 56 26 Ext. 30 E-Mail: info@duragindia.com

DURAG data systems GmbH Kollaustrae 105, 22453 Hamburg, Germany Tel. +49 (0)40 55 42 18-3000 Fax +49 (0)40 55 42 18-3099 E-Mail: info@durag-data.de

DURAG process & systems technology gmbh Kollaustrae 105 22453 Hamburg, Germany Tel. +49 (0)40 55 42 18-0 Fax +49 (0)40 58 41 54 E-Mail: info@durag-process.de

Hegwein GmbH Am Boschwerk 7 70469 Stuttgart, Germany Tel. +49 (0)711 135 788-0 Fax +49 (0)711 135 788-5 E-Mail: info@hegwein.de

VEREWA Umwelt- und Prozessmesstechnik GmbH Kollaustrae 105 22453 Hamburg, Germany Tel. +49 (0)40 55 42 18-0 Fax +49 (0)40 58 41 54 E-Mail: verewa@durag.de

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smart solutions for combustion and environment