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The most important component in the Firefly Spark Detection system is the range of patented infra-red (IR) detectors, which not only detects sparks, but also hot bodies at lower temperatures. In addition different applications and problems of fire require totally different types of extinguishing methods. This is why every Firefly spark detection system is tailor made to suit specific requirements and conditions.
Firefly GD Glow Detector offers much more than a conventional spark detector. Unlike conventional spark detectors, The GD(400C) can detect both sparks and hot particles down to 400°C. It is not day light sensitive and can be used for monitoring pneumatic conveyor systems and chutes. For protection of risk zones where material occurs in dust clouds, e.g. filters
The TD (250°C) detector can be used for monitoring pneumatic conveyer systems and chutes. For protection of risk zones where material occurs in layers, e.g. storage silos.
The FD detector is designed for flame detection in small and medium sized volumes. The detector is infrared sensitive with an extremely fast response time with energy measurement using triple signal verification ensuring a high degree of reliability. The FD detector is typically used to monitor enclosed volumes where fast response time is critical
The Firefly detector MD is made for detection of both ignition sources such as: hot particles, glowing embers, sparks as well as flames that can cause ignition in industrial processes.
Firefly range of spark and flame detectors are available with a TL or TL2 type lens suitable for food application where the use of glass lens is not possible.
The OAD detects flames in open areas. It registers the ultraviolet and infrared light emitted from the flames that arise when organic material burns, such as wood and oil.
The Firefly OPD multi-spectrum infrared flame detector reacts on infrared radiation in five discreet infrared wavelengths for early fire detection for maximum protection of people, machinery, and facilities.