BURNER OPERATING WITH VERY LOW CALORIFIC FUEL
Main charecteristics :
- Firing with high stability without rich fuel support
- designed for maximum thermal efficiency
- Range : 1 – 60 MW
- Performant and operational flexibility
- Significant cost saver
LOW LHV Fuels : blast furnace gas, coke oven gas, pyrolyse gas, process gas, ...
Burners using lean gas or residual gas generally comprise a number of coaxial ducts or pipes arranged to supply a ring or rings of fuels centred on the axis of the burner and feeding liquids to the burner nose. These fuels are generally distributed in or around the circumference of a combustion air stream. The purpose of these elements is to achieve a sufficient fuel-air mixture to achieve localised and stabilised combustion at the burner nose.
- Steel work plants, or power station burning process gas from steel industry
- Hot or cold furnaces, boilers, combustion chambers, waste gas incinerators