The PyrOptixTM Fixed Mount infrared camera is designed to see through smoke and ash at temperatures of 7000F to 35000F.

The camera aids in visual observation inside the furnace environment, providing information about slag buildup, burner operation, flame position, and heat exchanger tube pluggage. This helps improve heat transfer efficiency, reduce maintenance costs and contribute to higher boiler availability. A fixed infrared camera installation is permanently located at a boiler port. The installation includes a high-performance, double-wall, air-cooled, stainless steel lens tube. The tip of the lens tube resides just inside the refractory or water wall of the boiler. The lens tube is available from 20 inches in length to 60 inches or more, depending on the wall thickness.

The camera is protected by an air-cooled electrical enclosure. Video cable to the control room provides 24/7 viewing of the boiler by operations personnel. Fixed installations can be a single camera or an array of cameras that provide full visual coverage of the boiler.

A look at a typical fixed mount system

For permanent installations, the camera is installed with an auto-retract mechanism and port rodder (if slagging is an issue). The fixed installation camera can be easily removed from the electrical enclosure and used with a mobility kit for mobile inspections.

 

Take advantage of the PyrOptix IR-Core3 Upgrade Program.

If you’re a current Enertechnix customer, you can gain even greater results from your PyrOptix IR inspection camera system. Featuring the latest core technology, the PyrOptix IR-Core3 Upgrade Program is an easy way to achieve the most advanced online visibility and temperature analysis without incurring the costs of replacing your existing equipment.

Click here for a PDF datasheet about our PyrOptix IR-Core3 Upgrade Program.

We also offer inspection services.

Our experienced field engineers are available to perform an extensive survey of your boiler. We provide a detailed report containing video footage and analysis of slag deposits, burner condition and cleaning performance. Conducted while your boiler or furnace is in operation, our inspections help you stay online longer.

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