Typical applications/industries for the MMI Solutions include:
Steel Reheat – The Oxyfire in-situ oxygen sensor measures the excess oxygen and allows the reheat furnace operator to observe and control the amount of air used in the combustion process. – For optimizing your ConSteelTM lines with our novel solution please contact us directly.
Aluminum Melting – Measure the excess oxygen during the melt process to increase quality and decrease fuel costs. For more information please contact us directly.
Process Chemical – Increase production and lower operating costs with in-situ oxygen analysis for reactors such as sulphur burners. For more information please contact us directly.
Power Generation – Center the fireball in the radiant zone and “balance” the boiler
Refinery and Petrochemical – We offer the refinery and petrochemical industries the opportunity to optimize their combustion system, enhance process control, and minimize emissions
Glass and Ceramics – Optimize your combustion system, by “trimming” the air/fuel ratio on their current combustion system
Incineration – Maintain the proper excess oxygen level required to complete the burning process for reduced air pollution and fewer excursions while meeting your permitting
Excess Oxygen Controls: High-temperature in-situ Oxygen Sensors: The Oxyfire line is the industry’s best value for applications in the 1200°F to 3000°F range including: boilers, steel reheat furnaces, glass furnaces, chemical / petrochemical furnaces and reformers, and incineration. Low-temperature in-situ Oxygen Sensors: The LOROX line provides long-lifetime measurement in environments ranging from ambient to 1250°F Extractive Oxygen Sensors / Controllers: The Sentinel-ES and Sentinel-ESi provide cost-effective extractive sensing and control of oxygen for environments that are unsuitable for in-situ probes. Instrumentation: Controllers / Transmitters – The VersaPro can be can be configured for either trim control or oxygen monitoring, while the OxySender provides cost-effective 4-20 mA transmission of oxygen concentration and temperature.