Fireye Boiler Safeguard and Combustion Controls

Fireye is a leading manufacturer of flame safeguard controls and burner management systems for commercial and industrial applications. Founded with a pioneering spirit, Fireye continually innovates in all aspects of its business to provide solutions for industrial boilers. This determination to improve technologies to safeguard boilers makes Fireye a reliable partner, and we are proud to source their parts for all of your boiler needs.

Company Background

Based in California, Fireye specializes in burner controls, flame scanners, igniters and retractors and gas pilots that primarily services HVAC, Power & Utility, Petrochemical and Industrial Process Heating industries.

Fireye was founded in the 1930s and introduced the first commercial electronic flame safeguard control, a photoelectric device designed to detect the presence of an oil flame in less than a second. Throughout the company’s rich history, Fireye continued to develop new technologies and expand its product capabilities, resulting in their products becoming an integral part of modern controlled combustion systems. Even more so, Fireye’s innovative mindset allows them to set the standard of operational excellence with the release of their microprocessor-based auto diagnostics program that communicates in five different languages.

Some of their more recent developments include infrared scanners that monitor both gas and oil flames, scanners that discriminate between signals from adjacent burners and a completely solid-state programming control. Additionally, Fireye introduced the next generation of industrial multi-burner flame scanners. Based on a built-in microprocessor, the revolutionary Signature ScannerTM series collects data about flames in dimensions.

Flame Safeguard Controls

Fireye specializes in flame safeguard and combustion controls, which represent the parts of your boiler system that are tasked with monitoring the fuel-burning equipment. It is imperative that you properly install and service these parts to ensure the overall safety of your operation as failing to maintain this part of the boiler can potentially lead to catastrophic effects like a boiler explosion.

As you may expect, the main function of a flame detector is to essentially detect if the pilot light or main flame is actually lit. By identifying an issue with the flame, these safeguard controls can prevent boiler explosions caused by the ignition of fuel accumulated within the burner chamber. If you notice there is a flame failure, then contact a service technician immediately to assess and repair the situation.

Why Fireye?

For nearly a century, Fireye has innovated and developed state-of-the-art components for commercial boilers. Their steadfast attitude towards safety in the boiler room makes them a valued partner because we know that we can entrust them to produce high-quality equipment that will make sure your boiler room is not only operating correctly, but also safely.


Since the inception of the company, Fireye has instilled innovation as one of its core values. From the 1930s to today, Fireye has created technologies that set the standard of operational excellence, which are regarded as best-in-class within the industry.


Fireye seeks the best solutions for their customers, making them a reliable partner because they are willing to listen to their customers in order to create products that meet customer demands. To do so, Fireye elicits constructive feedback by providing two-way communications with their customers. By understanding the market, Fireye can continue to innovate and produce high-quality products.

Just so you know that we will really approve of our partner, we use Fireye parts in our Boiler Link systems.


Fireye invests heavily in its manufacturing facilities to ensure they are able to keep up with their innovations. Each product is designed, assembled and tested in their labs to make sure it meets the desired results. As the leading manufacturer of fire safeguard controls, quality assurance is at the helm of its manufacturing processes.

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