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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The HESI is a Class 3 Igniter used for direct spark ignition of oil or gas igniters, small burners, and combustion turbines.
An ATEX version is also available. The Forney horn igniter is designed to be a direct replacement for the OEM igniter on tangentially fired boilers.
MaxFire® Series Gas Igniter – Forney Corporation
This igniter features improvements such as the high energy ignitsr igniter HESIoptical flame detector and the ignition air distribution ring. These three features combine to produce a highly reliable igniter.
The HESI produces a consistent spark due to its foul resistant design, while the optical detector proves flame without physical contact. The Q87 igniter is the best choice when dual fuel natural gas and No. With a change-out of the internals, the Q87 can switch from firing one fuel to another. It is also the choice when both air and steam atomization is required for No.
The Q87 is 4 inches in diameter with a self-stabilizing diffuser and a high energy spark igniter. Th e Q oil or gas igniter off ers a fully self-contained fl exible solution for robust and reliable burner ignition, stabilization and warm-up. This Class I igniter is located in a tilting tangentially fired boiler adjacent to the main fuel nozzle.
As an oil igniter, the unique rear atomizer results in a single tube extending to the one piece tip. This design eliminates the need for atomizer maintenance.
As a gas igniter, the gas is directed to the tip through the single flexible tube.
MaxFire® Gas Igniter
Stabilization is maintained by a 7. Combustion air is provided from the windbox. The ignition process starts inside the guide tube away from the burner environment resulting in an extremely stable and reliable igniter. As a result this igniter is self-stabilized, highly reliable and requires virtually no maintenance.
Forney Ignition & Combustion Products – Forney Corporation
iyniter Atomization takes place at the rear of the igniter away from the heat of the tip resulting in no fouling or need for cleaning. Most applications require no igniter retraction reducing installation costs and ongoing maintenance. Return to top of page.