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Spirflame® Accessories

The use of flames generated by the SPIRFLAME® flame generator is mostly in semi- or fully automated applications for soldering-, brazing-, annealing, flaming of surfaces and other tasks using the advantages of such an artificial SPIRFLAME® generated flame.

Automated applications ask for a method to ignite the combustible gas released at torch (nozzle) by opening of an electromagnetic solenoid.

Automated applications do need a system to detect the absence or presence of the flame.

 

Flame Igniter

Automated applications ask for a method to ignite the combustible gas released at torch (nozzle) by opening of an electromagnetic solenoid.

The FLAME IGNITER IG-1010.24.x / #11815 incorporates a completely encapsulated hi-voltage generator module drawing its power from any 12 to 28 VDC source and consumes upon ignition cycle a few milliAmps (mA).

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Hydrogen Flame Detector

... detects at 150 mm distance h-flames as tiny as 0,5 mm...

The possibility to detect the presence or absence of a flame used in a thermal process of a production step is an important part or even a complete MUST for a reliable process control.
An absent flame might cause immediately faulty parts. An early detection of such an failure is therefore very important. The combustion of a gas causes heat radiation which can be sensed using a thermocouple connected to a temperature measuring or control apparatus positioned in the direction of the heat flow of the flame.
It can also be detected by optical monitoring be it in the visible or invisible light spectrum.
A hydrogen flame emits specific wavelength patterns which can be detected by electro-optical elements and after a basic signal processing be presented as a relay contact changeover.

Microflame soldering often uses almost pinpoint sized flames. To detect such small flames the electro-optic and signal processing must be well balanced.
Solution:    SPIRIG has developed a highly sensible flame detector model SF/FD-110.00. The sensor view can be easily adapted to the applications and specific needs (distance / size of flame) by increasing or decreasing the aperture diameter in front of the sensing element.
SPIRIG has also developed a flame detector based on a thermocouple heat sensing principle.

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