Where We Come In
Our primary products, Burner Management Systems, monitor and manage this burner. Burner Management Systems help to make oil & gas companies safe, more efficient, and more compliant.
The table below shows just some of the key features of a Burner Management System (BMS):
The BMS quickly detects the flame absence in the combustion application, and can quickly reignite the burner flame.
Worker must discover and reignite the extinguished burner. The worker then reignites the application manually (often with a fuel-soaked rag that’s tied to a stick). This takes worker time and can be very dangerous.
The BMS will manage temperature setpoints that are set by the user, ensuring that the burner flame is on only when needed.
No electronic temperature control. The application burns continuously, often needlessly, until the flame fails.
Remote Monitoring & Control
Our Burner Management Systems are compatible with remote monitoring and control technologies (i.e. telemetry). This allows the user to monitor and manage the BMS from the comfort of an office.
No remote monitoring or control is possible.
The BMS can detect when certain application inputs (e.g. high/low pressure, level, etc.) indicate a potential problem, and can shut down the application safely.
No safety shutdown capabilities exist.