A device which combines fuel and air in proper proportions for combustion and which enables the fuel-air mixture to burn stably to give a specified flame size and shape.
A burner that is factory-built as a single assembly or as two or more assemblies which include all parts necessary for its normal function when installed as intended.
A gas burner in which all air for combustion is supplied by natural draft, the inspiriting force being created by gas velocity.
Burner, natural-draft type
A burner which depends primarily on the natural draft created in the flue to induce the air required for combustion into the burner.
A burner in which all air for combustion is supplied by a power-driven fan that overcomes the resistance through the burner to deliver the quantity of air required for combustion.
Also called "burner tile", "muffler block," or "quarl". The specially formed refractory pieces which mount around the burner opening inside the furnace. The burner block forms the burner's airflow opening and helps stabilize the flame.
Amount of heat release a burner can deliver (i.e., amount of fuel which can be completely burned through a burner) at a given set of operating conditions.
A plenum chamber around a burner in which an air pressure is maintained to ensure proper distribution and discharge of secondary air.
- 12:1 Turndown Natural Gas
- 3% O2 throughout Entire Firing Range
- Straight Gas or Combination Burners
- Exceeds Standards of: U.L., I.R.I., F.M., A.S.M.E. CSD-1 & NFPA 8501
Fire Tube Boilers:
- Less than 30 ppm NOx (w/o FGR) Standard
- 10:1 Turndown with 3-4% O2 throughout
- Natural Gas, #2 - #6 Oil, Bio Fuels
- Excess Air Range: 10% - 20%
Flex Tube Boilers:
- Less than 30ppm NOx throughout entire range
- High Turndown (6:1, 10:1, 12:1)
- Linkageless Controls as Standard
Water Tube Boilers:
- GLSF Next Generation (Ultra Low Nox)
- GB Series
- GSI Series Rapid Spin Mixed
Specialty combustion components:
- Control Panels
- Pre-Wired & Pre-Piped Gas Trains
- Oil Pump & Heater Sets
- Stack Dampers