New Selas SuperFlame Low NOx High Velocity Burner introduced


New Selas SuperFlameTM Low NOx High Velocity Burner introduced New Selas SuperFlameTM Low NOx High Velocity Burner introduced

Selas Heat Technology has introduced the a new SuperFlame High Velocity Burner range with seven available models in capacities ranging from 150,000 BTU/h to 2 MM BTU/h, cater for process temperatures up to 1 371°C.

The burner’s outer tube is made of advanced silicon carbide and the inner firing tube is made of stainless steel alloy for long life in extremely hot conditions. The burner incorporates two-stage combustion for low NOx efficiency. Specifically designed nozzles provide cool NOx-inhibiting first stage combustion. Final combustion occurs in the second stage area where combustion products exit at velocities of over 122m/s.

Selas high velocity burners produce heat in dense loads that circulate the furnace atmosphere for thorough heat distribution enabling faster production throughput. Superflame burners function well with ambient or preheated combustion air up to 371°C. Durable, light weight SiC firing tubes are self-supporting, eliminating the need for costly and difficult to maintain in-furnace support systems.

The burners are ideal for installation in either brick or fibre wall furnaces, and are easily mounted to the furnace with only four bolts. Common applications include annealing furnaces, sintering furnaces, rotary forge furnaces, tundish preheaters, nonferrous melting furnaces and kilns.

Selas is known as a pioneer and leader among heat technology manufacturers with a combustion heritage of 120 years. It serves the industrial thermal processing industry with a comprehensive range of innovative and reliable gas burners, combustion systems and thermal components to support many different types and brands of ovens, furnaces and thermal processing applications.

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