Ignition Electrode
Ignition Electrode

Ignition Electrode

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Posted by : Mr. Abdul Rahim
Offered by : ENERGY CONSERVATION & CONTROL SYSTEMS
Last updated on : Feb 09,2016
Product added on : Feb 08,2016
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Product Description

Capitalizing on the adeptness of our experienced workforce, we are involved in manufacturing, exporting, distributing, trading and supplying an extensive gamut of Ignition Electrode in Delhi, Delhi, India.
The simplest type of electric ignition is the high tension system, which usually takes the form of a mains transformer supplying some 10K volts to a pair of insulated electrodes placed to form a spark gap adjacent to the burner nozzle. The resultant spark acroos the gap is sufficient to ignite distillate medium fuel oils and most gas installations. In some installations a single elctrode may be mounted to utilize a part of the burner casing (or a special projection from it to complete the circuit.
Moreover, we provide these Ignition Electrodes at very nominal rates.

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About the Supplier

Established in 1997, ENERGY CONSERVATION & CONTROL SYSTEMS has been a leading name in offering top notch Auto Ignition System. Located in Delhi, Delhi, we offer the best quality Ignition Electrode to our customers at best prices in the industry.

  • Nature of Business
    Manufacturer / Wholesaler/Distributor / Supplier / Trading Company
  • Number of Employees
    9
  • Year of Establishment
    1997
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Contact Details
ENERGY CONSERVATION & CONTROL SYSTEMS
487/36, Ground Floor, National Market, Peera Garhi,
Delhi, Delhi, 110087, India
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