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LME7 Flame Safeguard
Siemens LME7 Flame Safeguard

Siemens LME7 Flame Safeguard sets a new standard for flexible, cost effective burner supervision. Ease of installation, programming and commissioning are incorporated into a reliable, field proven control. The LME7 offers flexibility not found in competitive flame safeguards, at a very attractive price.

  • UV scanner and flame rod sensor inputs
  • Programmable purge times, safety times, and pilot operation
  • Integral LED display for easy diagnostics
  • Globally approved - UL, FM, CSA, and CE


LFL and LAL Flame Safeguard
Siemens LFL and LAL Burner Controls

Siemens LFL and LAL burner controls provide burner sequencing and flame monitoring for the supervision of individual gas, oil, or dual fueled burners. With an incomparable record for safety and reliability, the economical LFL continues to be one of the most popular, globally approved flame safeguard controls.


QRA UV Scanner & Accessories
Siemens QRA Flame Detector

UV Scanner or flame detector for use with burner controls from Siemens for the supervision of gas or oil flames.

The flame detector is used for the supervision of gas flames, yellow or blue burning oil flames and for ignition spark proving in intermittent operation.


LDU11 Valve Proving System
Siemens LDU11 Valve Proving System

The Siemens LDU11 gas valve leak test control checks for leakage through the shutoff valves prior to burner start-up and/or immediately after burner shutdown. The cost effective, easy to install LDU11 adds a substantial degree of safety to any combustion system.

  • Checks both shutoff valves for leakage
  • Improves system safety
  • No inlet gas pressure limitations
  • Globally approved - cULus, FM, CSA, CE
  • Easy-to-read dial indicates progress of test program


RWF40 Temperature Controller
Siemens RWF Series Temperature Pressure Controllers

The Siemens RWF series single loop temperature/pressure control accepts a variety of input signals. The floating control option eliminates the need for electronics in control motors, reducing overall component and installation costs.