Global Processing

High-temperature remote viewing systems

March 28, 2003
High-temperature remote viewing system is an easy and economical way to speed light off and reduce NOx, emissions by permitting color video monitoring of combustion and process control in boilers, furnaces, kilns and incinerators. Capable of trouble-free in temperatures up to 3,500 degrees F (air-cooled model) or 4,000 degrees F (water-cooled), the system is ideal for use in power plants, steel mills, paper mills, glass plants, cement kilns and incinerators.