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We are involved in offering our clients superior quality Heavy Oil Burners that find their uses in oil and gas industry, forging, metallurgy, etc. The offered burners are made available in different technical specifications to fulfill our clients' diverse demands. Further, we manufacture Heavy Oil Burners using quality tested components and latest technology as per the set industry norms. Our offered burners undergo various quality tests to ensure a flawless product delivery to our clients.
High operational fluency
Long working life
Different fuels can be used depending on the burner model:
Light fuel oil, viscosity 4 to 12 mm2/s, +20oC
natural gas, gases of 2nd family, groups H and E (equipment categories I and I2E)
GKP and GRP dual fuel burners
The gas-related components of the burner are mounted according to the EN 676 standard: two shut-off valves, pressure switches (min./max.), and an automatic valve proving system. Other train equipment is available on request.
Mounted on the burner, three-stage burners with four solenoid valves (one main valve and one valve for each nozzle). Modulating burners have three solenoid valves. The oil regulator for the modulating burner is located on the oil line returning from the nozzle. The oil filter is located on the suction side of the pump. The two oil hoses enable the burner to be hinged.
All models are equipped with automatic flame monitoring. In KP and RP models, flame monitoring is taken care of via photocell; in GP, GKP, and GRP models, it is performed via UV cell.
The control automatics (control unit) are integrated with the burner. The control unit handles all burner operation phases automatically. In the event of a burner failure, the automatics stop the burner automatically. The modulating burners also incorporate a pre-mounted capacity controller. Subject to additional charge, the burners can be delivered with electronic ratio control.
The sound level of the burners is low, but, if desired, they can be equipped with a separate silencer to make them even quieter.
Optimizing combustion head pressure loss
At an additional charge, the modulating burners can be equipped with a system that optimizes the combustion head pressure loss. The system reduces the amount of excess air and also improves combustion figures for partial burner loads.