Boiler & Burner Automation

Boiler and burner automation is a crucial aspect of industrial and commercial heating systems. These systems must be designed to operate efficiently and safely while responding rapidly to any change in demand.

Burner management systems are equally adaptive and include one or a combination of the following methods:

  • Regulation of excess air*: Ensures complete combustion and reduces heat loss.
  • Oxygen trim*: When a measurement of oxygen in the flue gas is available, the combustion control mechanism can be vastly improved.
  • Burner modulation*: A continuous control signal is generated by a controller monitoring the steam or hot water line.
  • Air/fuel cross-limiting*: Ensures that there can never be a dangerous ratio of air and fuel within a combustion process.

These control techniques are capable of reducing operating costs while providing resources for greater flexibility in plant management and control.

Moreover, Rockwell Automation provides a Burner Management System (BMS) that manages a combustion system and is responsible for start-up and main flame detection, control and monitoring of burner start-up, and shutdown sequences.

In essence, the automation of boilers and burners is vital for ensuring operational efficiency, safety, and reliability in many industrial applications.


Boiler automation is a process that involves the automatic control of different variables such as temperature, pressure, and water level in a boiler system. This is achieved through the use of various control systems and sensors. Here are some key components of boiler automation:

Temperature Control: This involves the use of temperature sensors and controllers to maintain the desired temperature within the boiler.

Pressure Control: Pressure sensors and controllers are used to maintain the pressure within safe limits.

Water Level Control: This involves maintaining the water level within the boiler to prevent damage to the boiler and ensure efficient operation.

Fuel/Air Ratio Control: This involves maintaining the optimal ratio of fuel to air for combustion.

Safety Systems: These include safety valves, alarms, and shutdown systems to prevent accidents.

The main benefits of boiler automation include improved efficiency, increased safety, reduced fuel consumption, and minimized emissions. It’s an essential aspect of modern industrial operations.

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