Trevose, PA – Lenox Instrument Company’s Portable Furnace Camera Diagnostic System provides an easy and economical means to achieve real-time, color video monitoring and digital recording of combustion and process control in high-temperature furnaces. With this mobile system, operators can use one unit for diagnostics or monitoring and recording of several individual furnaces using any available 3.5 inch (89 mm) opening.
The portable high-temperature camera system provides engineers and operators clear, high-resolution images of burner flames, refractory condition, and material alignment and movement inside walking beam, walking hearth, pusher furnaces, and also rotary hearth, annealing and other thermal treatment furnaces found in the steel and metal industries.
The Portable Furnace Camera Diagnostic System is entirely self-contained, consisting of an air filtration and power system, water hoses, and 8-inch CCD color monitor packaged in a durable case with telescoping handle and wheels. The furnace camera’s stainless steel housing employs a steel triple wall laminar flow for efficient water-cooled protection of the CCD color camera and integrated low consumption air-purging to keeps the lens clear of particulate, enabling extended operation in hostile environments up to 3500°F (1927°C). A radiant heat shield and mini-digital video recorder with a LCD screen are available as options.
Each Lenox Portable Furnace Camera Diagnostic System is designed, manufactured in the U.S.A. and serviced in-house by Lenox Instrument, and is backed by an industry-leading two-year warranty.