National AirOil Introduces Portable Burner Ignitor

—Literature Available National AirOil Burner Company, Inc. (NAO), Philadelphia, Pa., a process equipment manufacturer, has introduced the Portable Burner Ignitor (NPBI). The hand-held unit is used to ignite burners in boilers and process furnaces and is the newest development from NAO.

Safe, easy and inexpensive are features of the NPBI. The unit is safe to operate since direct contact with the flame is avoided. The ignitor is controlled by the operating push button. It is easy to operate. A small disposable propane cylinder is attached to the ignitor handle, then the ignition switch is flipped "on" and pressed until the ignitor is lit.

The unit is also inexpensive. The total cost of the unit is less than $200, plus $2 to $3, the cost of a disposable propane cylinder.

Other advantages of the portable ignitor include durability, long life, lightness, and assorted ignitor lengths. Areas exposed to heat are made of stainless steel for extended life, without affecting the lightweight design. The ignitor weighs less than two pounds, and is available in three standard lengths—36 inches, 48 inches, and 60 inches.

NAO is an internationally known manufacturer of combustion and pollution control equipment since 1912 and maintains offices in Houston, Texas; Tokyo, Japan; Milan, Italy; and London, England, and has agents around the world.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 5,  May 1986

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