Reuter Stokes UV Flame Sensors

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There are risks associated with operating fired process equipment and power generation tools. Equipment failure can lead to unplanned downtime or dangerous environments for experts out in the field. Making sure these risks are mitigated through proactive solutions is paramount.

Flame sensing is one area in which facilities can ensure the safe operation and maintenance of equipment. Traditional sensors often cannot stand these high temperatures and tough environments. This is where dry UV flame sensors come in to play.

Some of the many benefits of dry UV flame sensors include:

  • Preventing combustion explosions.
  • Avoiding unplanned downtime and costly repairs.
  • Sustaining plant profitability.


UV Flame Sensors: How to know your Flame is on | Whitepaper

Download the whitepaper to learn more about our dry UV flame sensing technology. You can see how to save big by taking steps to move from reactive to proactive measurement & sensing.



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