Flame Detectors Parts

Following are the gas turbine control system parts we stock or source. If you are interested in a part that is not listed here, please call to see if we service and supply it.

Flame Detectors Parts

HONEYWELL
PART NUMBER HONEYWELL P/N DESCRIPTION
261A1812P001 KIT, FLAME MONITOR SYSTEM  
261A1812P002 DETECTOR AMPLIFIER  
261A1812P009 LB1093AA05 No longer Produce Cadmium Plated Parts; Order LG1093AA25, Cable Length 42 Foot
261A1812P009    
261A1812P010 LG1093AA04 No longer Produce Cadmium Plated Parts; Order LG1093AA24, Cable Length 16 Foot
261A1812P010 REPLACED BY 261A1812P012
261A1812P011 LG1093AA06 No longer Produce Cadmium Plated Parts; Order LG1093AA26 (261A1812P013); Cable Length 61 Foot
261A1812P012 LG1093AA24 Sensor, CE Compliant, Orange 16 Foot Cable
261A1812P013 LG1093AA26 Sensor, CE Compliant, Orange 61 Foot Cable
261A1812P014 LG1093AA36 CENELEC IIA Compliant, Orange 61 Foot Cable
261A1812P015 LG1093AA46 CENELEC IIC Compliant, Orange 61 Foot Cable
261A1812P02 EG1033AA01 Amplifier – Current specific amplifier/1 internal CCA
277A2189P002 EG1033AB01 Amplifier
277A2189P08 EG1033AB02 Amplifier
278A21815ZP1 EG1033AB01 Amplifier
314A5030P001 LG1093AC01 Sensor, Aero Deriviative, Steel 9 Foot Cable
L28490P01 LG1093AB01 Sensor. 2 Pin Conn
L28490P02 LG1093AC02 Sensor, Aero Deriviative, Steel 9 Foot Cable
L28490P05 LG1093AC05 Sensor, Aero Deriviative, Steel 24 Foot Cable
Not on GE Print EG1033AC01 Amplifier – Handles wide range of Currents/2 internal CCAs
Not on GE Print EG1033AD01 Amplifier – Grounded Shield – Handles wide range of currents/2 internal CCAs PLUS the ability to split signals
(more functionality than EG1033 AC01)
Not on GE Print LG1093AA25 Sensor, CE Compliant, Orange 42 Foot Cable
Not on GE Print LG1093AA34 CENELAC IIA Compliant, ATEX Certified, Orange 16 Foot Cable
Not on GE Print LG1093AA35 CENELAC IIA Compliant, ATEX Certified, Orange 42 Foot Cable
Not on GE Print LG1093AA44 CENELAC IIC Compliant, ATEX Certified, Orange 16 Foot Cable
Not on GE Print LG1093AA45 CENELAC IIC Compliant, ATEX Certified, Orange 42 Foot Cable
Obsolete LG1093AA0-3 Replaced by LG1093AA24, 25, 26; Orange Cable Length 16 Foot, 42 Foot, 61 Foot

 

REUTER-STOKES
GE Heavy Duty Turbine Components
PART NUMBER REUTER-STOKES P/N DESCRIPTION
353B3490G001 S-566 Flame Sensor Coil, Cooling Water
361A2558P002 S-653 High Temperature Cable Grip Kit
361A2558P014 S-653 High Temperature Cable Grip Kit
362A1052P104 R-FS-9001 Flame Sensor (UV). IECEx and ATEX Approved; ETL RATING: CLASS 1, DIVISION 2, GROUPS A, B, C & D. CE MARKED.
362A1052P105 R-FS-9004 Flame Sensor (UV), IECx and ATEX Approved; Intrinsic Safe; ETL RATING: Class 1, Division 1, GROUPS C & D; China NEPSI Recognized; CE MARKED.
362A1053P031 RS-E2-0285P011 Flame Sensor 60 Foot Cable, 36 Inches Armor, 90° Connector
362A1053P036 RS-E2-0285P004 Flame Sensor 120 Foot Interconnect Cable
362A1379P001 RS-FS-9006-MFR SIC Flame Sensor (UV). IECEx and ATEX Approved; ETL RATING: CLASS 1, DIVISION 2, GROUPS A, B, C & D. CE MARKED.
362A3342P002 RS-E2-0285P011 Flame Sensor 60 Foot Cable, 36 Inches Armor, Straight Connector
382A4465P0001 RS-FS-9001-SiC FLAME DETECTOR, ATEX APPROVED Flame Sensor (UV). IECEx and ATEX Approved; ETL RATING: CLASS 1, DIVISION 2, GROUPS A, B, C & D. CE MARKED.
L44819P01 RS-FS-9006-MFR SIC Flame Sensor (UV). IECEx and ATEX Approved; ETL RATING: CLASS 1, DIVISION 2, GROUPS A, B, C & D. CE MARKED.
L44820P17 RS-E2-0259P017 Flame Sensor Cable, 24 Foot, Fully Armored
L44821P01 RS-E2-0259 Air Cooling Can.
L44822P03 RS-E1-0039-003 Mount Tube, 1.5 Inches Long
L44822P04 RS-E1-0039-003 Mount Tube, 18 Inches Long
RS-E2-0254P001 RS-E2-0254P001 Power Cable 24 VDC To Mark V Controls
RS-FSM-1002-001 RS-FSM-1002-001 Flame Sensor Interface Module For Mark I, II and IV Controls. Electromagnetic Compatibility – Emission and Immunity, CE MARKED.
RS-FSM-1002-002 RS-FSM-1002-002 Flame Sensor Interface Module For Mark V Controls. Electromagnetic Compatibility – Emission and Immunity, CE MARKED.

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The world as we know it today would come to a halt were it not for the power produced behind the scenes by gas or combustion turbine engines. Gas turbine engine power airplanes, are the energy producing force in natural gas power plants, and are key players in a number of industrial applications, including cogeneration, where excess thermal heat is put to practical use. Built to withstand heavy and continuous use, there comes a point in which even the best made turbines require parts and servicing to stay in top working order. Routine maintenance and modernization of gas turbine controls and fuel systems, instruments, valves, emissions reduction controls, an other components provide protection, peace of mind, and the lowest overall cost of operation over time.

On rare occasions, parts break, and if you have not contracted for GE turbine parts and services previously, you could experience downtime unless you previously located replacement parts for sale, and stocked up on those most likely to be needed. There are quite a number of parts of a gas turbine, including large assembly concerns such as turbine and compressor casings, exhaust systems and inlet systems. Hardware needs replacing every now and then, and the needs are specific: twist locks, TP bullhorns, gaskets, lock plates, seals, nuts and bolts, and similar items. There are a number of sensors that need to be kept in top order: flame detectors, vibration sensors, thermocouple modules and temperature and pressure sensors. Hot gas path parts endure a lot of stress and include items such as shrouds, cross fire tubes, combustion liners, compressor blades and fuel nozzles, among others. Miscellaneous items such as spark plugs, filters, brushings, pumps, bearings and the like are always parts you’ll be glad you had on hand should the need for them arise.

Whether you choose to stock up on your gas turbine parts or not, it’s important to have an account with a qualified provider of such necessary components for when the time comes that you need them. The old adage, “a stitch in time saves nine” applies, even when it comes to turbine controls and the operational efficiency of gas turbines!