A fuel ignition skid is a system used in the oil and gas industry to provide a reliable source of ignition for combustible gases. The skid typically includes a spark generator or pilot flame, a control panel, and associated piping and instrumentation. The spark generator or pilot flame ignites the gas mixture in a burner or combustor, initiating the combustion process and generating heat for various industrial processes such as steam generation or heating. These skids are designed to be safe, reliable, and easy to operate, and are often used in applications such as oil and gas production, refining, and petrochemical processing.
Here are some examples of the specific applications of this package:
- Burners and furnaces: For industrial heating, drying, and baking
- Boilers: To generate steam for power generation or industrial processes
- Flares: To ignite flares in oil and gas production facilities to burn off excess or waste gases
- Incinerators: For the safe and efficient disposal of waste materials
- Gas turbines: the fuel in gas turbines, which are commonly used in power generation and other industrial applications.
- Chemical processing: processing applications where combustible gases are used as a feedstock for the production of chemicals