Historically IFRF has designed and manufactured probes to investigate the characteristics of industrial flames: examples are total heat flux and ellipsoidal heat flux probes for flame radiation measurement, standard pyrometers and high-temperature pyrometers for temperature characterisation, sampling probes for gas and particulate analysis, 5-hole pitots and LDV probes for velocity measurements.
In view of the increasing need for more and more detailed data coming from combustion mathematical modelers, we have revised our designs, linking them where possible to advantageous new technologies.
- Suction pyrometers: Probes for in-flame temperature measurements – available in different sizes
- Sampling probes: Probes for sampling gases or solid matter inside the flame – available with different tips
- Nitrogen species sampling probes: Special probes with a quartz tip used to sample such gases with higher accuracy
- Total heat flux radiometers: Probes for the measurement of the total heat flux incident upon the walls of the combustion chamber
- Ellipsoidal radiometers: Probes for the measurement of the radiative heat flux incident upon the walls of the combustion chamber from a hemisphere
All of these probes are tailor-made to suit specific requirements by our contractors in Italy.
For more information please contact us.
IFRF Members receive a substantial price discount!