gas ignition

gas ignition

[¦gas ig′nish·ən]
(mining engineering)
The setting on fire of an accumulation of firedamp in a coal mine.
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The snap-jet gas ignition lights the coals in a flash.
The Weber Summit charcoal grill features 452 square inches of cooking space, Snap-Jet[TM] gas ignition for easy lighting, a Rapidfire[R] lid damper and a built-in thermometer.
On the first project, Ricardo will support development and testing of advanced natural gas ignition systems, as part of GTIs collaboration with the California Energy Commission.
On March 4, a methane gas ignition and subsequent explosion occurred at the Zasyadko coal mine with more than 70 workers underground in East Ukraine (or the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic).
With this Bunsen burner, gas ignition is both immediate and safe as no lighter or matches are needed.
On March 4, a methane gas ignition and subsequent explosion occurred at the Zasyadko mine with more than 70 workers underground in East Ukraine (or the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's
Derlite designs and manufactures gas ignition systems for stoves, cookers, hobs, ovens, heaters, dryers and hot water boilers.
Fenwal Controls announces the new SYSTEM ONE gas ignition + temperature controller.
The presence of the elliptic flow zone can be observed experimentally by voluntary gas ignition in the mixing pipe.
The fact that only one minor sewer gas ignition had occurred in over 30 years of sewer inspections and thousands of pipe-entries, was not initially considered by CALOSHA.
If the pipe is breached for any reason, the potential for arcing and gas ignition is very high.
Gas ignition is provided by an Altronic single firing digital system, while CES has provided the air/gas mixer.