- Improved Spark Intensity
- Reliable Light Offs
- No More Failed Starts Due to>
- Poor Ignition
- Works With Both Liquid and Gaseous Fuels
- Overcomes Problems Due to Condensation
- 12 vdc or 120 vac power ok
- Longer Life Igniter
Gas Turbines whether burning liquid or gaseous fuels all require a robust ignition source to provide reliable light offs. The TI 100 improves upon many of these OEM systems by providing a High Energy spark that will overcome ignition problems such as condensation on the igniter.
The TI 100 can provide these high energy sparks at a rapid rate of up to 21 sparks per second.
The ignition system consists of four components:
The Input lead to connect the exciter and igniter
A housing for the igniter that is specific to model of gas turbine
The Igniter itself is expected to last at least 600 starts. The Exciter is expected to last more than 3000 starts.
HIGH ENERGY OUTPUT
Many Turbine Ignition systems use spark gaps. In effect there is a release of stored energy across a gap when a capacitor stores a sufficient charge. As the gap in the igniter wears, the igniter requires more voltage to fire and the output voltage from the igniter decreases. The TI 100’s advanced design eliminates this phenomenon of decreased power with age. In fact, the TI 100 spark will only increase in intensity as the igniter tip wears.
RETROFIT KITS AVAILABLE
Kits are currently available for Ruston TA 1750 and TB 5000 as well as GE Frame 3 or Frame 5 Gas Turbines.
85 to 265 vac or
Net Weight: 10lbs.
Operating Temperature -25C to + 75C
Duty Cycle 5 Minutes on 10 Minutes off
Voltage: 3000vdc Maximum
Construction: Nickel Braid (Waterproof)
Maximum Temperature: 1000 C
Hazardous Area EExd, Group IIC
Safe Area Only