I'll check out the brand tomorrow, when I go back down to Bsm't; but, I would think there is a universal safety device which scans for the presence of a flame and shuts everything off when burner is operating without one I used to operate a nbr. 6 oil burner and regularly had to clean the "fire eye" (common term among Building Supt's - I don't know the technical name).
As I mentioned to Ed this fellow is also a member of the coal pail forum. He is intent on replacing his oil boiler used for single pipe steam with the used EFM highboy he now has. He received quotes from two locals for over 5K for a new installation with the old boiler and he has decided to install it himself. He is intent on using the original steam controls from the oil boiler on the used EFM DF-520 highboy that was used for hot water service rather than purchasing new ones. I told him it would cost him less money to tie the coal stoker into the old boilers piping with new ball valves, unions, 45 and 90 degree elbows and new pipe and replacing the existing leaking return lines with new pipe that are buried in the concrete floor.