bd40bc7c7a Same components, just called by different names.The makeup of the system is usually specified by local or national code. The title mentions FSSS, which I interpret to mean Flame Scanner Safety System, and there has been talk about BMSs (Burner Management Systems), fire and gas monitors, fire detectors and flame detectors, and boiler drum level control.We don't know if the originator is talking about a new boiler and control system, or the retrofit of an existing boiler control system. So, it's common to see boiler control and protection implemented in DCSs or PLCs, with FSSSs or BMSs as required by the boiler manufacturer or local technical codes, regulations and standards.We just don't have enough information to be able to provide much of an answer, and the thread seems to have deviated from it's original path. You must be a Control.com member to subscribe to threads. what i need to know is that if there is any boiler OEM who doing proprietary system control for there own manufactured boiler? i'm having head ached for having this kind of BOSS- insisting what he wanted for his boiler. You must be a Control.com member to vote on a post. The book includes comprehensive listings of operating values and ranges of parameters for temperature, pressure, flow, level, etc of a typical 250/500 MW thermal power plant. AhmedControl and System Eng.mustafariyadh89yahoo.comBy Mark on 31 July, 2012 - 9:40 amHello,It is very simple.
Among the unique features of the book are the inclusion of control loop strategies and BMS/FSSS step by step logic, coverage of analytical instruments and technologies for pollution and energy savings, and coverage of the trends toward filed bus systems and integration of subsystems into one network with the help of embedded controllers and OPC interfaces. huh its suck. Your subscription request is being processed. It sure seems like there is something we're not being told or that we're not aware of, and maybe the boss just isn't being clear, either. AhmedControl and System Eng.mustafariyadh89yahoo.comBy Mark on 30 July, 2012 - 10:09 am0 out of 1 members thought this post was helpful.Hello,Sorry, this is not true. Boilers need flame detectors, not fire detectors.Fire detectors are looking for fire when there should be no fire.Flame detectors are looking for flame when there should be flame. You have clicked on the "?" button for search help. Welcome to Control.com, the global onlinecommunity of automation professionals.00Join Control.com now - it's free!. Are you looking for.