Filoon is the director of safety
systems for Coen Company, Inc., based in Foster City, California. He
has 15 years of experience in industrial combustion, specializing in
flame detection, burner management systems and fuel trains. He holds
a BS in mechanical engineering from Pennsylvania State University and
a master’s in global management from the University of Phoenix.
Here, the manufacturer contemplates some possible ways that traditional flame scanners can wind up reporting a false flame status, followed by an outline of the company’s newest improvements in advanced flame detection.
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