Packaged BurnersPrepackaged, prepiped burners can be adapted for specific physical arrangements. Nominal thermal capacities range from 239,000 to 5.118 million BTU/hr. Full air-gas modulation, gas-only modulation, high-low or on-off controls are available. Each burner can be fitted with complete diagnostic equipment and the nozzle and combustion tube can be removed without taking the burner off the mounting flange.
July 2001, RS# 297
Burner PilotsAir-cooled pilots fire under circumstances where conventional pilots and burners would fail. Units are designed for use in dryers, kilns, ovens, boilers and large-capacity burners.
July 2001, RS# 296
Modular Line BurnerDesigned for fresh- and recirculated-air process heating, Crossfire is a nozzle-mixing modular line burner used for in-duct firing. Capable of providing up to 2.25 million BTU-hr-ft, it produces NOX levels below 25 ppm and CO levels below 250 ppm at 3% O2.
July 2001, RS# 301
Direct-Spark Ignition BurnerWinnox burner incorporates direct-spark ignition and an air/gas regulator. The unit fires efficiently over a range of gas turndowns at a controlled ratio. Nozzle design allows for mixing of air and fuel, resulting in less than 20 ppm NOX emissions and no CO emissions during normal operation. Due to the swirl generated by the nozzle, the burner's short flame is contained within the firing tube.
July 2001, RS# 298
Radiant Line BurnerR1-130A offers modular design and single-socket screw mounting. The all-ceramic radiating surfaces have no metal exposures to absorb heat, increasing burner efficiency. The burner can be used to replace inefficient systems or boost existing convection ovens.
July 2001, RS# 302
Indesco Products Inc.
Oil-Fired BurnerLow maintenance, waste-oil-fired burner is available in two capacity ranges. Low range is from 90,000 to 450,000 BTU and high range is from 450,000 to 4.5 million BTU for space heaters and boilers. Unit will burn crude-based lubricating oils helping avoid disposal charges and liability.
July 2001, RS# 299
Round Blast TipsFabricated from heat-resistant alloy, round blast tips burn mixtures of air and natural, reformed-natural or bottled gas. The devices have a wide turndown range and permit adjustment of flame setting from a mild focus to hard blast. Long service life is offered even under severe operating conditions.
July 2001, RS# 300
AGF Burner Inc.
Gas Infrared BurnerModel QC-12 burner is supplied with Series 2000 pilot system. IPQ-1 is mounted on the burner section closest to the gas inlet. MPQ-1 is mounted at the burner location farthest from the point of ignition and ignited via flame propagation from the adjacent burner section.
July 2001, RS# 303
Red-Ray Manufacturing Co. Inc.
Infrared Gas BurnerFlexible burner design has turndown capabilities of 1:100 as well as single digit NOX and CO ratings. The unit is flashback-, splash- and shock-resistant. Gas burner design is based on knitted yarns of Fecralloy fibers.
July 2001, RS# 295
Combustion EquipmentDesigned to help users achieve faster line speeds and higher dyne levels, the line of combustion equipment is suited for use in surface treating, laminating and substrate-enhancement applications. Combustion-equipment users also can find complete combustion systems and controls, replacement parts and engineering services.
July 2001, RS# 424
ERB-Ensign Ribbon Burners LLC
Low NOx BurnerSingle-digit NOX levels are possible in many demanding applications using LoNOX. The burner's Cool Technologies feature allows it to be retrofit with minor modifications to achieve significant NOX reduction.
July 2001, RS# 305
John Zink Co./Todd Combustion
Power Pressure BurnerEquipped with safety controls, the power pressure burner can be incorporated into boilers or ovens to form automatic packaged burner units. Where remote mounting is desired, the burner can be wired to a terminal strip to facilitate control wiring. Standard features include a 3,450 rpm motor for forced draft firing.
July 2001, RS# 353
Ray Burner Co.