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Gas Burners

Gas burners are the last part in a combustion system, responsible for creating an environment where the fuel and air supplies can properly mix, retention of the flame, and control of the speed and shape of the combustion process.

Burners can be designed to provide fast intense combustion or slow lazy combustion, depending on the system needs. There is a large variety of gas burner types (pilot burners, nozzle mix burners, high velocity high temperature burners, spiral flame radiant burners, tube burners, duct burners and others).

Features that most common burners have in common are gas inlet, air inlet, mixing, flame retention and flame shaping. Our engineers can help you to determine the right burner for your application.

Gas is an economic energy source. The cost for 1 million Btu generated by natural gas is around $13.35 ($13.75 per thousand ft³, compared to $30.40 for the same amount of energy generated by electricity).

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