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Category Archives: Electrodes

FAQ: Connecting Electrode Adapters to Ignition Cable

Q: I’m having trouble getting a good connection on the barbed fittings in my TZI transformers and electrode boots. What is the best method to connect ignition cable to these items? A: The TZI Transformers and many of the Electrode Adapters offered by Elster Kromschröder use a barbed fitting, also called a “spearlock anchor,” to Read More

FAQ: Burner Control Units – Flame Signal Strength

Q: I’ve got a PF-19 flame safety system incorporating PFU 760 burner control cards, and I keep faulting-out. It seems to be due to loss of flame signal, but I can visually verify flame. How do I check the flame signal on my PFUs? What could be causing this problem? A: Elster Kromschröder burner controls Read More

FAQ: Ignition Electrodes for Pilot and Industrial Burners

Q: I need some new spark ignitors for my burners. Is that something that I can buy from Combustion 911? A: Combustion 911 carries stock of the components required to create ignition electrodes (also called “spark ignitors”) and ionization electrodes (also called “sense electrodes” or “flame-rods”) for a wide range of Elster Kromschröder pilot and Read More

FAQ: Electrode Adapters and Interference Suppression for Pilot and Industrial Burners

Q: I need to replace a few of the connectors that allow the ignition cable to interface with the spark plugs. Can you explain the differences between the various types you carry? Specifically, when should you use “interference suppressed” models? A: The electrode connectors you’re referring to are also typically called “electrode adapters,” “spark plug Read More

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