Flame Scanner detects presence and condition of flames.

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SmartScan(TM) 121 microprocessor flame scanner senses presence and condition of flames in various applications. Suited for coal, oil, gas, and non-standard fuel scanning, it features bar graph display, -40º to +140ºF operating temperature, and discrimination techniques. Pilot and ignition systems, available in oil-electric, gas-electric, and direct-spark, offer capacities up to 30 MM BTU/h standards and operate under all furnace and combustion air conditions.

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Hamworthy Peabody to Exhibit SmartScan(TM) 121 Flame Scanner and Ignition Capabilities at 2004 Power-Gen Show

Shelton, Conn. - Hamworthy Peabody Combustion Inc. will spotlight the new SmartScan(TM) 121 microprocessor flame scanner as well as their industrial pilot/ignition capabilities at booth #5341 at the 2004 Power-Gen Show November 30 - December 2 in Orlando, Florida.

The new SmartScan 121 microprocessor flame scanner accurately and reliably senses the presence and condition of flames in a broad range of applications. This leading flame technology is suitable for coal, oil, gas and non-standard fuel scanning. It features an easy to read bar graph display, wide operating temperature (from -40º to 140º F) and proven discrimination techniques.

Hamworthy Peabody's pilot and ignition systems are the industry standard for continuous trouble-free operation. Available in oil-electric, gas-electric, high-energy direct-spark and more, these ingitors have a broad range of capacities (up to 30 MM BTU/h standards) and are designed to operate reliably under all furnace and combustion air conditions.

Hamworthy Peabody Combustion Inc. is a world leader in the development and application of industrial combustion solutions. Since its formation in 1920, Hamworthy Peabody has evolved to become a preferred source for efficient, reliable combustion systems, ancillary equipment and comprehensive service support. The company has developed a solid track record of performance in fulfilling the combustion requirements of the power generation, refining, petrochemical and process industries.

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