Flame Scanner System

Flame Scanner System
https://korean-electronics.com//inquiryNambukeng’s NB-DFS Series is designed exclusively for scanning flame from 500MW standard pulverized coal boiler. Especially, fiber-optic cable assembly inserted into the boiler (about depth of 2m) to scan the flame of a moving type burner has thermal resistance at high temperature up to 1200°C.

Also this model adopts the Micro-Processor Program in operating burner, not analog operation control, to get more reliable performance. Showing excellent discrimination between opposite and adjacent flames, this system adopts the visual light (V.L) scanning method to supplement the existing UV/IR flame scanner’s disadvantages. This system, which is equipped with bar LED display, provides the function of screen display.

Not even influenced by X-rays generated when non-destructive inspection and electromagnetic wave noise occurs, this system controls the flame scanning function through the method of Micro-Processor Digital Control for more accurate and correct control, rather than by the analog method. The applicable areas include power plant, industrial chemical plant, combined heat and power plant, etc. The venture has so far commercialized various industrial precision I&C systems for technology innovation in the market. In addition, it professionally performed engineering, design and manufacturing businesses related to the electrical control system used in thermal power plants, boiler facilities, and air pollution control units.


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