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Electric Substation

Waste Incineration

Waste incineration involves the combustion of organic substances contained within municipal solid and hazardous waste material.  

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Application Need 

The burn pile moves along the conveyor through the process to the combustion chamber. It is essential for the plant to detect hotspots through non-contact temperature measurement along the moving conveyor, to ensure there is no combustion of the material prior to entering the incinerator. This contniuous temperature monitoring is critical to avoiding fires that present risk to both personnel safety and equipment longevity.

Benefits to the customer 
  • ThermoView® TV40 themal imager provides a clear visible display and alarm outputs when hot spots are detected.
  • With ThermoView software you can set up alarms that will trigger action by plant personnel to prevent a major onset of fire. The success of these actions can be immediately assessed by checking the real-time thermal image.
Infrared Temperature Solutions
  • Rugged IP67 (NEMA 4) rated housing and easy to install external enclosure for added protection.
  • Independent emissivity for each Area of Interest (AOI) and user-configurable setup of temperature conditions to trigger events or alarms, which can interface to discrete input/output (I/O) devices.

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