ELECTRODE, PILOT IGN. - INCL. HDWRE
An electrode is an electrical conductor used to make contact with a nonmetallic part of a circuit (e.g. a semiconductor, an electrolyte, a vacuum or air).
A pilot light is a small gas flame, usually natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas, which serves as an ignition source for a more powerful gas burner. In a pilot assembly, there is thermocouple sitting in the pilot light's flame. The electricity that is created from the flame contacting the thermocouple wire runs to a small electromagnetic valve and holds it open. If the pilot light blows out, the thermocouple quickly cools off. It stops generating electricity and the valve closes.
Nieco has manufactured and sold over 60,000 broilers worldwide since production began back in 1969, and are currently installed in some of the world’s largest fast food chains. Not just limited to these large corporations, Nieco automatic broilers are currently installed in sports arenas, amusement parks and independent restaurants all over the globe.
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