Flame Front Ignition

A flame front generator is a system in which a gas/air mixture is introduced at ground level and flows up a one-inch line to the pilot burner.
After filling this line with the mixture it is ignited by a spark. The resulting flame travels to the top of the flare where the pilot burner is ignited.

Overview

Models

  • FFG-2-ATEX for 2 pilot burners
  • FFG-3-ATEX for 3 pilot burners
  • FFG-4-ATEX for 4 pilot burners

 

Options

  • Flame front ignition for more pilot burners
  • Gas and combustion air skids

Applications

  • Flare ignition

Technical Data

Material piping and instruments316 SST
Material framehot dipped galvanized
Gas consumption4 nm3/hr at 1 barg
Gas orifice2 nm
Air consumption40 nm3/hr at 1 barg
Air orifice7 mm
Max. pressure19 barg
Connection NPT typeFFG-Exe-3/4-3/4-1"-NPT
Connection Flanged typeFFG-Exe-3/4-3/4-1"-ANSI 150 LBS RF

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