Reasons for difficulty in ignition of biomass boilers

The reason for the difficulty in ignition of biomass boilers is that a stable small fire signal cannot be established, which is caused by the failure of the fire detector of a small fire to be normally detected. The fire detector of the small fire is an ionized fire test, which requires a contact area with the flame, the flame size is stable, and the gas pressure is controlled within a strict range.
Reasons for difficulty in ignition of biomass boilers
If the ignition gas pressure is too large, the flame of the small fire moves forward too long and is out of the detection range of the small fire inspection probe, which will cause the system to mistakenly believe that there is no small fire; if the gas pressure is too small, the ignition gas will be too small. The biomass boiler has a large blast, which is easy to blow out the flame and therefore cannot be ignited.

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