Call us : 1.866.416.0516

Call us : 1.866.416.0516

DURAG

Flare Pilot Burners

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

Description

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


Overview

  • 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

Applications

  • Ignition of flares in the (petro) chemical industry
  • Ignition of flares in the oil and gas industry
  • Ignition of flares in the steel industry
  • Biogas flares

Technical Data

common data
pipe diameter 2“ (60 mm)
length 1200, 2326 or 2500 mm
design angled or straight
air requirement self-aspirating
gas connection 1/2“ BSPM
supply gas natural gas or propane/butane
refinery gas (max. 40 vol% H2)
options refinery gas, up to 100% H2,
coke gas,
biogas
materials mainly 310 SST
option: incoloy 800 HT
windcap diameter 4“
mounting hooks included
flame detection by thermocouple type K
option double thermocouple
2 separate thermocouples

Resources

Technical Drawing

Download file

Additional information

Ignition Type

Electrical Ignition, Flame Front Ignition

Go to Top