Device for mixing a flammable substance (heating oil) with air, then blowing and igniting this mixture in a boiler’s fire pot.
Device that changes the voltage of an electric circuit in order to produce a spark between two electrodes.
Tube through which the heating oil passes to be pulverized into tiny droplets; upon exiting, it mixes with air.
The mixture of heating oil and air is lit by an electric spark arcing between two electrodes.
Cylindrical part covering the nozzle and the ignition electrodes; it joins the burner to the fire pot.
oil supply line
Tube injecting heating oil into the burner and toward the nozzle.
Device compressing heating oil and directing it to the nozzle.
oil supply inlet
Tube carrying heating oil to the pump.
Device blowing air out of the burner to mix with the heating oil mist.
Device transforming electric energy into mechanical energy to drive another device.
Mechanism controlled by fluctuations in temperature; it can be set to automatically switch the burner on or off.