Product: MaxFire® Gas Igniter
The MAXFire® 100 Series gas igniter incorporates the “protected primary combustion zone” design in each of the 5 capacities available. The ignition process starts inside the guide tube away from the burner environment resulting in an extremely stable and reliable igniter. Capacities (nominal) range from 1 mmBtu/hr to 50 mmBtu/hr.
MAXFire® gas igniters provide the most reliable source of energy for main flame ignition, flame stabilization, and boiler warm-up.
The MAXFire® Series 100 gas igniters can be used as a Class 1, Class 2, or Class 3 igniter, depending on burner capacity. The MAXFire® igniter is easily installed as a retrofit into most burner types based on its size, capacity, and reliable operation.
MAXFire® gas igniters consist of four major components: a guide tube, a gas transport tube, a spark rod, and a stainless steel diffuser for pilot stabilization. The guide tube houses the spark rod and the gas transport tube, which are easily removed from the guide tube for maintenance purposes by releasing a “V” band retainer, requiring no tools. Cooling/combustion airflow is directed down the guide tube to support and maintain the primary combustion zone during operation. The controlled mixture of fuel and air in the primary combustion zone results in a highly reliable, stable igniter flame. While out of service, airflow cools the igniter and prevents debris from migrating into the end of the guide tube.
MAXFire® gas igniters come standard with Forney’s High Energy Spark Igniter (HESI) as the spark source. The HESI produces a powerful 12-joule spark approximately three times per second at the primary combustion zone. The HESI spark tip is a nonfouling, surface-gap tip which is replaceable as a unit by a threaded connection. Optional equipment for the MAXFire® includes a High Tension Spark (HTSI) source in place of the HESI, mounting hardware, hoses, flame rod and an integral or externally mounted optical flame detector.
Fuel: Natural gas or propane
Minimum Length: 14 inches
Guide Tube Material: 10 & 30 – Stainless steel
35, 40 & 50 – Carbon steel with 12” stainless steel at furnace end
|110||0.3 to 1.5||1 7/8”||1/2”||3/4”||23 @ 3||Straight||5-12|
|130||1.5 to 6.0||2 7/8”||3/4”||3/4”||45 @ 3||Straight or wide||5-12|
|135||5.0 to 15||3 1/2”||1 1/2”||1 1/2”||50 @ 6||Straight or wide||5-25|
|140||5.0 to 25||4”||1 1/2”||1 1/2”||80 @ 6||Straight or wide||5-25|
|150||10 to 50||5”||TBD||TBD||120 @ 6||Straight or wide||5-25|
*scfm@inches w.c. above windbox
|Input Voltage:||120 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz|
|Input Power:||120 VAC @ 1.5 A (2-A fuse); 240 VAC @ 0.75A (1-A fuse)|
|Output Voltage:||2000 VDC|
|Output Energy:||12 joules per spark|
|Spark Rate:||3 per second (approximately)|
|Duty Cycle:||50% at temp 0°F to 135°F (-18°C to 57°C) Ambient|
|Input Voltage:||120 to 240 VAC 50/60 HZ|
|Output Voltage:||6000 VAC|
|Duty Cycle:||100% at temperature rating|
Solutions & Applications
Features & Benefits
- Class 1, 2 or 3 Gas Igniter
Capacity range from 0.3 to 50 MBtu/hr.
- Application Flexibility
The protected primary combustion zone ensures reliable operation in multiple
- Reliable Ignition
99% ignition rate in most applications
- Cooling / Combustion air
Low cooling/combustion air requirements.
- Low Maintenance requirements
No moving parts, a self-cleaning spark tip and no tools required to perform periodic inspection
Heavy duty material and no moving parts to wear out.
Fits most existing mount tubes minimizing retrofit installation costs.
- Spark Source Options
The nonfouling HESI comes standard. HTSI provides high performance at an economical price.