Whether you need a burner that can be retrofit into an existing system or one that can fire a new system, you will find it here.

High Velocity Burner

ThermJet line is offered in 12 sizes, including 7.5 million and 10 million BTU/hr. The burner produces an intense stream of hot gases to penetrate the load and deliver precise temperature uniformity. It is available for medium or high velocity operation with gas velocities of 250 ft/sec for the 7.5 million BTU/hr burner and 500 ft/sec for the 10 million BTU/hr burner. User specified options include capacity, velocity, combustor type (stainless steel tube, silicone carbon tube, or block and holder), fuel type, thread type and flame-sensing components.
Eclipse Inc.
(815) 877-3031

Packaged Burner with Ultra-Low Emissions

Corrected, typical emissions of 4 to 7 ppm NOX and 0 to 25 ppm CO provide assurance of air quality compliance in a range of heating processes. Burner combines reliability with simple adjustment and operation. Its durable steel outer construction and stainless steel internals create a flexible platform to burn natural gas, propane or a range of alternate fuels. The compact, packaged design offers several control methods and optional discharge sleeves for use in ovens, dryers, air heaters, incinerators and process heaters.
Maxon Corp.
(765) 284-3304

Combustion Safeguard Control

Protectofier is designed to provide continuous, automatic protection against the buildup of combustible fuel mixtures due to flame failure or other faults in ovens, boilers and heating equipment. System can monitor one or more burners and will respond to the presence or absence of flame. The controls line consists of plug-in, interchangeable components that have high signal strength to provide safe and secure operation while minimizing the potential for system shutdown due to noise.
Protection Controls Inc.
(847) 674-7676

Burner Control

LMV Series is an integrated burner control that incorporates a flame safeguard, fuel-air ratio control system, valve-proving system, fault enunciator and optional PID pressure/temperature controller. Solid-state and easy to use, the burner is poised to create the first mass generation of “solid-state burners.”
Siemens Building Technologies Inc.
(847) 941-6556

Microcomputer Self-Check Scanner

Quanta-Flame scanner is equipped with internal microcomputer fault relays and external indicator lights for flame status and intensity as well as for the output signal status. Additional features include high sensitivity to small flame signals and low sensitivity to electrical interference. Available signal outputs include interface to any flame-rod-type controls and most ultraviolet-type controls. It can be mounted in any position.
GN Electronics Inc.
(815) 637-8624

Gas-Fired Infrared Burner
Apollo-Ray is all metal with a high alloy sintered-fiber emitter. This burner has longer life, durability, high radiance and good fuel efficiency. Offered in 8 x 6" or 12 x 5" sizes, the burner can be modulated from a high radiant mode of 1,700oF (927oC) to a low fire mode of 1,200oF (649oC).
Red-Ray Mfg. Co. Inc.
(201) 943-1000

High Turndown Gas Burner
Type FDM is designed to provide 20:1 turndowns over a range of heat inputs (30,000 to 3.5 million BTU/hr). Suitable for indirect- or direct-fired air-handling or process-drying applications, the gas burner employs an advanced technology head that maintains flame stability while producing high turndowns. The unique inlet air damper and matched fuel valve allow on-ratio control using a simple linkage assembly.
Power Flame Inc.
(620) 421-0480

Burner Has Interchangeable Head
EC Series is engineered to match a range of applications or can be customized to meet with greater flexibility OEM applications. The specially designed interchangeable stainless steel retention burner head establishes the flame characteristics, enabling it to fire a shorter flame into small combustion chambers while operating under variable draft or positive-pressure conditions. Producing 70 to 300 million BTU/hr, each unit is fully assembled and factory fire-tested, and it is supplied with and integrated junction box and universal mounting flange. The integrated direct-spark ignition system with prepurge complies with ANSI Z21.20 standard of automatic gas ignition control systems and components.
Midco International Inc.
(773) 604 8700

Infrared Gas Burner
With turndown capabilities of 1:100 as well as single digit NOX and CO ratings, this infrared gas burner is flashback-, splash- and shock-resistant and can withstand very high temperatures. Flexible gas burner design is based on knitted yarns of Fecralloy (stainless steel alloy) fibers.
Bekaert Combustion Technology
(770) 514-2273

Microprocessor-Operated Burner Control
Estro microprocessor-operated flame-controlling device is equipped with inputs and outputs for the ignition and control of industrial burners. Estro B is designed for pilot-ignited burners while Estro C is designed for direct-spark ignition burners. Either may be remote controlled. An EXP-1 card may be added to control burners equipped with an air damper, blower and pressure switch. The front panel includes a lockout /reset button, cycle display and flame-signal indicator.
Pyronics Inc.
(216) 662-8800

Gas Flow Control
Moduline system is a compact assembly of coordinated modules for controlling the flow of gas in heating equipment. The company can combine multiple modules, assemble, test and deliver a gas train in accordance to customer specifications.
Kromschroder Inc.
(330) 342-0595

Radiant Line Burner
RL-130A offers efficiency, modular design and single-socket screw mounting. Features include all-ceramic radiating surfaces and no metal exposures that absorb heat. The heavy-duty burner is recommended for applications using temperatures of 350 to 350oF (177 to 343oC). Higher temperatures can be realized if a cooling plenum is used to surround the burner manifold to prevent flashback preignition.
Indesco Products Inc.
(630) 462-0933

Packaged Pipe Burner Sets
Packaged pipe burner sets are suited for use under kettles and tanks. Sets are custom designed for the application and can be manufactured in sizes from 10 to 100" long and with 5,000 to 500,000 BTU/hr output. For example, one burner set will produce a flame pattern that is 16 x 36" and is rated at 240,000 BTU/hr. Drilled pipe burner provides rapid lighting, stable flame, wide turndown and good on/off cycling, which allows it to be used with flame-monitoring systems and temperature controls.
Charles A. Hones Inc.
(631) 842-8886