PYROINC – Temperature monitoring in combustion chambers with infrared cameras

The DIAS infrared cameras PYROINC are specifically designed for non-contact temperature measurement in combustion chambers. They withstand temperatures up to 1800 °C there.
The DIAS infrared cameras PYROINC are specifically designed for non-contact temperature measurement in combustion chambers. They withstand temperatures up to 1800 °C there.

Patented air purging system and cooled probe lens allow years of service life

The PYROINC thermal camera is equipped with an automatic retraction unit and it is installed at the walling of the combustion chamber.
The PYROINC thermal camera is equipped with an automatic retraction unit and it is installed at the walling of the combustion chamber.

The PYROINC cameras for combustion chambers are special and very robust infrared cameras that are used for the measurement of high temperatures between 400 °C and 1800 °C.The PYROINC cameras have a motorfocus borescope lens with protection window. The camera and the borescope lens are installed in a watercooled stainless steel probe cooling jacket. The camera version PYROINC endoscope have a probe cooling jacket with a very small diameter. They can be cooled with air.

PYROINC with water cooling
PYROINC endoscope with air cooling
PYROIND endoscope with water or air cooling

The inlet aperture for the infrared radiation has a patented air purging unit and has a very small diameter. In this way, the probe cooling jacket can be pulled directly through the opening in the combustion chamber walls. Together with the automatic retraction system it is guaranteed that the system withstands the high temperatures and special requirements of the location.

The front part of the probe cooling jacket is able to resist temperatures about 1800 °C with a service life between 2 and 10 years (depending on the operating conditions).

Complete PYROINC system solutions are realized in coorperation with our partner companies CMV Systems and SOBOTTA Sondermaschinenbau.

Advantages of the PYROINC infrared camera for combustion chambers

  • One large measuring temperature range
  • Industrial continuous operation (service life 2-10 years)
  • Automatic retraction system
  • Borescope lens with motor focus
  • Special infrared filters for application ranges
  • Probe lens jacket with water or air cooling
  • Patented air purging system
  • Endoscope versions with small probe diameter

Type overview

Type overview: PYROINC infrared cameras for combustion chambers

There are three basic types of infrared cameras available. The datasheets (PDF) with technical data are stored for the respective camera type.

Camera typeMeasuring temperature rangeSpectral rangeApplication examples
PYROINC 768N600 °C to 1500 °C or
800 °C to 1800 °C
0.8 µm to 1.1 µmTemperature measurement of the glass molds and control of the brickwork of the glass melting furnaces, online temperature monitoring of the sintering zone in rotary kilns for cement
PYROINC 768N endoscope800 °C to 1800 °C
PYROINC 320F and
PYROINC 640F
600 °C to 1250 °Cabout 3.9 µmTemperature measurement through flames for the control of the burner, detection of unallowable slagging in combustion chambers of the chemical industry and power plants, recovery boilers in paper and pulp factories
PYROINC 320F endoscope and PYROING 640F endoscope800 °C to 1600 °C
PYROINC 380LF400 °C to 1250 °Capplication-specificStatus monitoring in the recycling of aluminum and zinc

Borescope lens with protection window

The borescope lens of the PYROINC infrared camera is equipped with a protection window. In connection with the patented air purging system the lens is protected optimally inside the combustion chamber.
The borescope lens of the PYROINC infrared camera is equipped with a protection window. In connection with the patented air purging system the lens is protected optimally inside the combustion chamber.

Thermal images uncover weak spots in combustion chambers

Thermal image of the infrared camera PYROINC 380LF. The clumping during the recycling process of zinc is clearly visible.
Thermal image of the infrared camera PYROINC 380LF. The clumping during the recycling process of zinc is clearly visible.
Thermal image of the infrared camera PYROINC 768N. The high-resolution thermal image shows the combustion chamber with glass melt.
Thermal image of the infrared camera PYROINC 768N. The high-resolution thermal image shows the combustion chamber with glass melt.
Infrared images are represented and evaluated with the PYROINC software (Example: Combustion chamber of a rotary kiln).
Infrared images are represented and evaluated with the PYROINC software (Example: Combustion chamber of a rotary kiln).