What are the technical advantages of low-nitrogen burners?


What are the technical advantages of low-nitrogen burners?

Low-nitrogen burners can reduce the formation of nitrogen oxides, making them environmentally friendly. Additionally, the oxygen content in the furnace is low, resulting in minimal heat loss for objects. It adds blowers, induced draft fans, variable frequency converters, control valves, and multiple circuits to traditional burners, allowing clean energy sources and low-nitrogen burner operation to provide thermal energy for boilers. What are its technical performance characteristics?

1. Single-stage fire, two-stage fire, and gradual/proportional adjustment of two-stage fire.

2. It can adapt to any type of low-nitrogen burner.

3. Air and gas mix at the low-nitrogen burner.

4. Good combustion parameters can be obtained by adjusting the combustion air and combustion head.

5. Without removing the low-nitrogen burner from the boiler, the mixing device can be directly removed for convenient maintenance.

6. When the low-nitrogen burner stops operating, the wind door is closed to minimize heat loss in the furnace.

7. A valve sealing control device can be added to the valve group.

8. Connect and fix the boiler with flanges and insulation gaskets; equipped with 4-hole and 7-hole connectors.

9. Blower pipes longer than standard lengths can be provided as needed.

The above are the technical performance characteristics of low-nitrogen burners, which have fast combustion speed and high temperature, facilitating heat transfer within the furnace. Low-nitrogen burners are essential equipment on industrial oil-fired and gas-fired boilers, ensuring stable fire and complete combustion of fuel. Therefore, to prevent the production of nitrogen oxides, it should start with low-nitrogen burners.