LMV – the universal burner management system for every type of application
LMV burner management systems from Siemens are designed for the control of complex combustion processes reaching from basic to special applications. These burner management systems perform all supervisory functions for forced draft burners of medium to high capacity in single- or dual-fuel operation. Using communication interfaces, they offer convenient diagnostics, parameter settings and integration into process control.
Integrated Flame Safeguard Control
The Delphi Combustion Efficiency Panel integrates flame safeguard control, fuel-air ratio control, O2 Trim, variable frequency drive (VFD) control, and proportional integral derivative (PID) control into a single, integrated, pre-wired panel with a PC touchscreen for easy, user-friendly commissioning. The features integrated into the panel provide energy savings, reduced emissions, reduced installation costs and enhanced safety, all at your fingertips.
O2 Trim Creates Significant Cost Reduction
The oxygen trim delivers impressive savings to your customers through reduced fuel use and increased burner efficiency, plus an environmentally responsible reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. A high-accuracy, fast- response O2 sensor drives efficiencies to new heights by continuously correcting and optimizing the fuel-air ratio. The unit also compensates for variable combustion air, trims the damper, and/or the variable frequency drive and the boiler to the most effective and efficient fuel-air ratio.
Synex Controls is a boiler control system designed to incorporate multiple boilers to meet a heating or process load demand. Part load efficiencies and system redundancy are a few of the factors used in determining the number of boilers in the system. The operating efficiency of each boiler stage will vary based on the type of boiler being used and the system configuration. Maximizing boiler system performance is based on utilizing a control system that understands where the peak boiler efficiencies are gained and controlling each boiler stage as part of the system. The ModSync Sequencing System was designed to do exactly that. ModSync monitors the system demand requirements and then determines the most efficient boiler stage operating mode to meet those demands.