flare ignition system

  • 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.
  • 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, Smitsvonk’s pilots provide reliable ignition and stable burning even under the most difficult climate conditions. Flame front ignition version of this product is also available


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