What are the classifications of low-nitrogen burners?


What are the classifications of low-nitrogen burners?

Low-nitrogen burners are devices that utilize blowers and induced draft fans on top of traditional burners, controlled by variable frequency converters, integrating multiple circuits, to provide thermal energy to boilers using clean energy sources and burner operation. What are their classifications?

Fuel-burning burners can be divided into:

Based on the type of gas, they are divided into three categories: natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), and city gas.

According to the working mode, burners can be classified into three categories:

Single-stage burners, double-stage burners, and proportional burners.

Based on the fuel atomization method, there are two types: mechanical atomization burners and medium atomization burners.

By structure, there are integral burners and split burners.

Of these, split burners are mainly used in industrial production, featuring detachable combustion systems, wind systems, and control systems. This type of machine is mainly suitable for large-scale equipment or special work environments with high temperatures. Industrial burners are all high-power burners designed specifically for special industrial applications.

These are the classifications of low-nitrogen burners, which are essential equipment in industrial production, ensuring stable fire and full combustion of fuel, prohibiting gas emissions, improving economic efficiency, and environmental benefits.