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Operating principle of monoblock and bi-blocks burners
 
Fuel and air are injected into the combustion chamber where they mix and ignite in contact with the flame that they feed. The shape and the positioning of the flame in the furnace tube are of primary importance to:
  • optimise the heat transfer of radiation and convection and to achieve the highest possible efficiencies.
  • reduce NOx, CO and particulates emissions.
The burner operates with a small oxygen excess of 2 to 3% to ensure total combustion while minimising the thermal losses in the exhaust. In the range of use, the burner strikes a balance between minimising CO and NOx emissions and guaranteeing high combustion efficiency.
Burner operating principle  TA series operating principle

The combustion gases then pass through the heat exchange zones in the fire tubes or surrounding coils, depending on the technology, to ensure the designed thermal efficiency is achieved.
 
User advantages
 
industrial burners industrial burner TA series
  • reliability and robustness ;
  • total gas combustion, for minimised CO generation; 
  •  shape of flame adapted to the boiler optimising the heat transfer (radiation and convection);
  • NOx levels and exhaust gas figures derived from actual operating conditions;
  • electronic modulation of the combustion air fan to increase efficiency;
  • easy access to the various components;
  • guarantee extensions up to 6 years;
  • modulation range up to 1:8;
  • noise level lower than 85 dB at full power, improved to 75 dB by additional silencing;
  • stated fuel consumption;
  • minimal fouling when used with viscous fuels.

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