Burner management and control systems by John Zink Hamworthy Combustion Group of Companies bring maximum reliability, flexibility and safety to every process. Inproheat Industries trusts these brands, which are designed for fail-safe operation and built to meet national and international standards and regulations.
Some critical applications need concept systems that require power to both open and close. In these instances, security and safety can be further optimized through custom design features that allow operators to have full control in challenging conditions.
Burner management and control systems from Coen can offer multiple processor optional redundancy at both the common burner levels, as well as redundant power supply and power distribution. Every system is manufactured with proven hardware of established reliability.
These systems contain specialized Error Detection Control Modules (EDCM), which provide fault detection and transfer to backup processors. There are also integrated self-diagnostics, and documentation with complete software information.
Beyond the reliable design and advanced safety features, these systems also boast a clock calendar for messages, customized interactive operator-oriented CRTs, insert panels, printers, and alphanumeric displays. Efficient modular design for quick online replacement is also included, along with Solid State OPTO isolated I/O modules with dual LED indicators. Further features include plug-in amplifiers for UV or IR scanners, an Industry Standard Bus, and customized panels to meet different application needs. There is no multiplexing and programs are stored in non-volatile memory.
Burner management and control systems are popular across various industrial settings. They are commonly used as steam generation and co-generation, incinerator, and petrochemical systems on industrial, utility, shipboard, and petrochemical plants. Other applications for burner management systems include flame scanners, liquid fuel handling systems, solid fuels, kilns, and pyro-processing systems.