What is the safety operating procedure for low-nitrogen burners?


What is the safety operating procedure for low-nitrogen burners?

Low-nitrogen burners use various fuels such as natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), city gas, and other flammable gases, which belong to dangerous flammable and explosive gases. These types of fuel should be handled with high caution during usage and storage to prevent serious accidents. To ensure safe commissioning operations, specific guidelines have been established for gas burner operations:

1. Check whether the gas supply is adequate and if the pipes for the low-nitrogen burner are clean and clear. Ensure the valves are open.

2. Check for any gas leaks or installation issues in the pipeline.

3. Release gas and air mixture from the pipe before the gas valve to ensure no air remains inside. The discharge pipe should be connected to an outdoor location.

4. Conduct internal inspection of the gas burner machine

5. Check the installation and adjustment of the burner head.

6. Verify that the motor rotation direction is correct.

7. Confirm that external circuit connections meet requirements.

8. Simulate cold-state operation of the burner according to the line conditions to observe if all components operate normally and if flame detection protection functions properly.

After completion, thoroughly clean the low-nitrogen burner. If cleaning is required within the cylinder, the power must be disconnected, special personnel stationed outside for monitoring, or the fuse removed, electric lock locked, then entry is allowed.