1.High temperature-resistance ceramic pellet igniter which can reach a permanent working tem-
perature above 750°C
2.Energy saving, super fast heating-up
3.Air can through and around inside and outside of the heater.
Heat can be transfered from both inside and ouside of the heating element.
4.Electrically oxidation and corrosion-resistant
5.High load-bearing capacity(thermal shock resistance, cycles)
5.Customization the igniters according to customers' specific requirement.
One special application area for Green Way's high temperature pellet igniter is in heating
systems that used solid fuels such as wood pellets as energy source. The challenge here is to
ignite the biomass in a very short time while retaining very low emission values. This can be
perfectly achieved by Green Way's hot surface ceramic pellet igniter.
Ceramic hot surface pellet igniter for pellet boilers need only approx. 1/10 of the energy of that
needed by hot air fans and ignition blowers. Their ignition capacity lies between 120 and 200 Watt.
Depending on the positioning of the ignition element in the boiler, the ignition time of approx. 60 s
econds is extremely short. This also means minimal emissions! Igniting wood chips, firewood, coal bricks or other biomass (such as corn, etc.) is possible.
Mass customization is available.
~~~Kinds of Inspection before Goods Delivery~~~
ceramic pellet igniter
Dimension of product
0.5m OR accordingly
(1)Ready to fit solution: High temperature heating element in temperature-resistant ceramic socket
(2)Air can flow through and around inside and outside of heater
(3)Element temperature: over 1000 °C in permanent and alternating operation, for a short time up to 1200 °C
(4)Lifetime up to 100,000 heating cycles, depending on operating conditions
(5)Oxidation and corrosion-resistant
(6)Ignition through air heating: Due to extremely high heater temperature and ideal geometric conditions, air is heated in a very short time to very high temperatures - the ideal ignition blower!
(7)Igniting wood chips, firewood, coal bricks or other biomass (corn, etc.) is possible.