What Are the Construction Systems of Biogas Burners?


What Are the Construction Systems of Biogas Burners?
The biogas burner is a special burner for biogas, which is specially developed for the characteristics of slow combustion speed, low pressure, and low calorific value of biogas. It is used for heating equipment such as boilers, hot water heaters, and hot air stoves. The gas burner structure consists of the following five systems:

1. Air supply system – The function of the air supply system is to supply air with a certain wind speed and volume to the combustion chamber. Its main components are shell, fan motor, fan impeller, fire tube, damper controller, damper baffle, cam adjusting mechanism, and diffusion plate.

2. Ignition system – The ignition system is used to ignite the mixture of air and fuel. Its main components are ignition transformer, ignition electrode, and electric fire high-voltage cable.

3. Monitoring system – the function of the monitoring system is to ensure the safe and stable operation of the burner, and its main components are a flame monitor, temperature monitor, etc.

4. Fuel system – The function of the fuel system is to ensure the fuel required for the combustion of the burner. The fuel system of the biogas burner mainly consists of the gas pipeline and connector, electric valve group, manual valve group, combustion head, combustion cylinder, igniter, fireworks, etc.

5. Electric control system – The electric control system is the command center and contact center of the above systems. The main control element is the programmable controller. Different programmable controllers are equipped for different burners and are designed according to different program steps and times. Generally, it is divided into integral type and separate type (separate distribution box).