FIREYE BurnerLogiX Microprocessor-Based Integrated Burner Management Control

The Fireye® BurnerLogix System is a microprocessor based burner management control system designed to provide the proper burner sequencing, ignition and flame monitoring protection on auto- matically ignited oil, gas, and combination fuel burners. In conjunction with limit and operating con- trols, it programs the burner/blower motor, ignition and fuel valves to provide for proper and safe burner operation.






For more information about the Fireye® products,  contact Combustion Technology, LLC. In Vancouver call 360-253-9600; in Portland call 503-287-2500. Or visit https://combustion-tech.net.

Siemens Combustion Controls SKP Actuators and Gas Valves


The Siemens Combustion Controls SKP series electro-hydraulic actuators are used in combination with any Siemens VG series gas valve. This modular approach creates a matrix of valve combinations, allowing manufacturers to meet varied capacity and pressure regulation requirements.

For more information about Siemens Combustion Controls,  contact Combustion Technology, LLC. In Vancouver call 360-253-9600; in Portland call 503-287-2500. Or visit https://combustion-tech.net.

Fox Thermal Mass Flowmeter Frequently Asked Questions

Fox Thermal Gas Mass Flowmeters are used in a wide variety of application across many industries
including light and heavy industrial plants, process heating facilities, up/mid/downstream oil & gas, and water/wastewater treatment plants. Fox Thermal meters measure gas flow rates in mass (Kg/Hr, Lb/Hr) or standardized volumetric units (MSCFD, SCFM) and can measure virtually any gas flow. Many facilities today have one or more combustion processes, such as a boiler, process heater, or flares, in their plants. The adoption of accurate and reliable measurement devices will improve combustion efficiencies, utilities accounting, and regulator reporting.

Flow Thermal offers a great FAQ (frequently asked questions) cut sheet. To get a copy of the Fox Thermal FAQ, go to this Combustion Technology web page.


For more information about Fox Thermal Instruments,  contact Combustion Technology, LLC. In Vancouver call 360-253-9600; in Portland call 503-287-2500. Or visit https://combustion-tech.net.

The Siemens LME7 Flame Safeguard

The Siemens Combustion Controls LME7 Flame safeguard sets a new standard for flexible, cost effective burner supervision. Ease of installation, programming and commissioning are incorporated into a reliable, field proven control. The LME7 offers flexibility not found in competitive burner control units, at a very attractive price.

Siemens LFL and LAL burner controls provide burner sequencing and flame monitoring for the supervision of individual gas, oil, or dual fueled burners. With an incomparable record for safety and reliability, the economical LFL continues to be one of the most popular, globally approved flame safeguard controls.



For more infomration about Siemens Combustion Controls products, contact Combustion Technology, LLC by calling 800-327-1831 or visit their web site at https://combustion-tech.net.

Dungs Combustion Controls: Innovative System Solutions for the Thermal and Process Heating Industry


Dungs Combustion Controls offers a complete range of technologies for controlling, metering and modulating of combustible gas and combustion air. Dungs offers the complete range of products from single valves, to complete gas trains, automatic burner controls to complete burner management systems.

Products Manufactured:
  • Burner Management Systems 
  • Automatic Burner Controls
  • Pressure Regulators
  • Pressure Switches for Gas and Air
  • Solenoid Valves
  • Double Solenoid Valves
  • GasMultiBloc® Multifunctional Gas Controls
  • System Engineered Gas Trains
  • Ball Valve
  • Motor Butterfly Valves & Actuators
For more information about Dungs Combustion Controls,  contact Combustion Technology, LLC. In Vancouver call 360-253-9600; in Portland call 503-287-2500. Or visit https://combustion-tech.net.


Fireye NMX2G Intelligent Boiler Load Optimizer


Heating of commercial and institutional buildings presents a case where there are energy savings available through the application of an additional controller able to substantially reduce boiler operation time.

Building owners, boiler engineers, operators and other stakeholders will benefit from this simple and understandable video explanation of some of the inefficiencies associated with boiler operation, and how incorporating a better control method can minimize boiler dry firing (also called standby cycling). Boiler operation costs can be reduced between 10% and 25%, with a commensurate reduction in carbon footprint, by including the Fireye NXM2G control in the boiler control system.

Watch the above video. It's just a few minutes and explains the source of the inefficiency, as well as the solution, in a manner understandable to everyone. More information is available from a combustion product specialist, who can help evaluate the efficiency of your current system or assist with incorporating the latest energy saving features and design into a new installation.

For more information about combustion control and optimization,  contact Combustion Technology, LLC. In Vancouver call 360-253-9600; in Portland call 503-287-2500. Or visit https://combustion-tech.net.

Thermal Dispersion Flow Meters


Thermal dispersion mass flow meters provide an accurate means of mass flow measurement with no moving parts and little or no encroachment on the media flow path. There are a number of different configurations to be found among various manufacturers, but all function in basically the same manner.

Two sensors are exposed to the heat transferring effect of the flowing media. When the media composition is known, the mass flow can be calculated using the meter reading and the pipe cross sectional area. One of the flow meter sensors is heated, the other is allowed to follow the media temperature as a reference. The heat dispersion from the heated sensor is measured and used to calculate mass flow.

Some positive attributes of thermal dispersion flow meters:
  • In-line and insertion configurations available to accommodate very small to large pipe sizes
  • Rugged Construction
  • No moving parts
  • Measure liquid or gas in a wide range of applications
  • Measurement not adversely impacted by changes in pressure or temperature
  • Wide range of process connections
  • In-line versions provide unobstructed flow path
  • Wide turndown suitable for extended flow range
  • Flow rate and totalized flow
  • 4-20 mA output interfaces easily with other instruments and equipment
For more information about thermal dispersion flow meters,  contact Combustion Technology, LLC. In Vancouver call 360-253-9600; in Portland call 503-287-2500. Or visit https://combustion-tech.net.