According to Wikipedia, Siemens AG is a German conglomerate based in Berlin & Munich. They are the largest manufacturing and electronics company in Europe with international offices.
One part of Siemens is known as SIEMENS COMBUSTION CONTROLS (often shortened to SCC). As one might gather from the name, this division is dedicated to products used in the industrial heating industry, and specifically, in control parts such as valves and flame safeguard controls and infrared flame detectors.
The Siemens Combustion Controls product line is useful for boilers, furnaces and industrial ovens from bread baking ovens to powder coating and kilns.
Siemens (SCC) can provide more than individual combustion components, but can pre-assemble them such as pairing an actuator to a VKG Butterfly valve.
No matter what burner part you're looking for, Thermal Equipment Systems will be happy to help you find what you need.
Fuel Efficient BurnerA major cost of any industrial burner system is it's fuel. One way of improving the fuel efficiency of an industrial furnace is to recover some of the waste heat from the exhaust and use it to pre-heat the combustion gasses.
Self-Recuperative BurnerEclipse has integrated a silicon carbide recuperator to do just that.
The product I'm talking about is the Eclipse ThermJet Self-Recuperative Burner
Eclipse is recognized as a leader in the industry. The combination of their ThermJet technology and the self-recuperator can yeild up to 50% fuel savings, therefore saving you / your company money!
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Choosing the right industrial burner for your process is critical to the success of your product and to the budget of the operation.
You'll need to know the overall power of your burner, measured in BTU (British Thermal Units)/Hour. You'll need to know the maximum temperature your burner is capable of. This may be important to the bring up time or your system. If you need a quick bring up time with a moderate maximum heat, the turndown ratio will be important to consider. You'll need to choose the geometry of the flame produced by your burner. That is, does your process call for a jet flame, an extended jet flame, a spiral, or some other geometry to produce the correct heat in the correct area without impingement. (That is, without burning, scorching or otherwise damaging your product with a hot-spot). If your process requires indirect heat, you may choose a tube fired burner where the tube separates the flame from the process.
How will you start your burner?
You may choose a system that operates on a pilot flame, or you may choose direct spark ignition.
What fuel works best for you?
What fuel is easily available in your area? Does your process exclude a particular fuel due to chemical incompatibilities? What about changing fuel prices? Is it easy to switch from one fuel to another if there is a significant price shift, without major changes to your equipment? You may need a system that burns Propane, Butane or natural gas (CNG)
Industrial Burner Safety Equipment
Because we're talking about burning energy rich fuels, safety is always the highest priority. Lives, many lives, depend on getting this RIGHT! A professional thermal equipment provider can help you select the correct burner controls and monitoring equipment to ensure your flames burn efficiently and safely.
When you are looking for Industrial Heating equipment and burner parts in the Tampa Bay area of Florida, Thermal Equipment Systems, Inc will help you choose the right industrial heating system. They have been in business since 1972 and have access to top providers such as Karl Dungs, Eclipse, United Process Controls, Fox, Pyromation and several others.
Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) are poisonous, reactive gases which form when fuel is burned at high temperatures. NOx pollution comes from automobiles and off road vehicles like construction equipment and boats as well as industrial sources such as electric plants, industrial burners and turbines. NOx is a strong oxidizing agent and has a large influence on ozone (smog) in the hot summer.
Facilities that include high temp burners might consider a low NOx emission burner for the well being of their own neighborhood as well as to help get or stay in compliance with clean air regulation.
One such low emission burner is offered by Eclipse. They have named it "Furnnox". The Eclipse Furnnox is offered at powers up to 1.5 million BTU/hr and NOx emissions less than 30 ppm at 3% O2 and is well suited for use in furnaces, melters, and incinerators.
Whatever heat source you need, Thermal Equipment Systems, Inc. is sure to have it.
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Many brick and tile kilns have very thick walls to help insulate them for efficiency and safety. These thick walls present a challenge for burner manufacturers and oven operators. A conventional burner may cause over heating inside the kiln wall, and uneven heating inside the kiln.
Eclipse has solved these problems with their ExtensoJet nozzle-mix burner whose nozzle extends through the kiln wall and uses a high velocity stream of gas to ensure proper circulation of combustion product and uniform heating of the kiln and the materials being heated.
These burners accept CNG (natural gas), propane and butane, and are compatible with UV Scan and Flame Rod flame control systems.
Ceramicindustry.com reports that these burners also use dramatically less fuel than other burners that might be used for similar applications.
In the Tampa Bay area of Florida, your source for burners, flame controls and industrial furnace parts is Thermal Equipment Systems, Inc.
Industrial burners can be quite complicated. You have to account for fuel flow, air intake, flame stability, impediment and host of other considerations. There's good reason for the complexity. We're dealing with flammable substances and extreme heat.
If it suits your needs, one of the simplest options is the Eclipse ThermAir Burner. It's fixed air operation give you one less variable to deal with and it's compatible with various gases like Natural Gas (CNG), Propane (LP) and Butane.
HIGH TURN DOWN RATIO
You'll want your oven or other work to get to it's proper temperature quickly, without getting too hot. The industry calls this "oven bring up" and "temperature over shoot". The feature that controls this is the turn down ratio. The ThermAir has a 30:1
turn down, allowing for quick bring up without over shoot.
This industrial burner can be fired with a direct spark, reducing the amount of equipment you have to purchase.
INDUSTRIAL BURNER APPLICATIONS
You're likely to choose the Eclipse ThermAir Burner for applications such as dryers and ovens.
See my client, Thermal Equipment Systems, Inc. for help choosing the right industrial burner for your project.
Thermal Equipment Systems, Inc. also carries replacement parts for industrial burners.
If your industrial heat application requires high heat in a small furnace, you have to be aware of flame impingement upon your work or upon the surfaces of the furnace.
The Eclipse Deep Spiral Flame Burner solves this with a flat spiral flame that follows the contour of the furnace without the direct impingement of a jet flame.
This allows the heating to take place closer to the work while ensuring a consistent furnace temperature without hot spots.
The Eclipse Deep Spiral Flame Burner can burn CNG, Propane or Butane with very little changeover.
Your source for Eclipse Industrial Burners is Thermal Equipment Systems, Inc.
Whether you're working on a carburetor on a car, or an industrial gas burner, the highest efficiency of operation comes from the most efficient ratio of fuel and air. These can be set manually, but if your equipment can do this for you, that frees you up to work on something else.
Elipse produces a product called "RatioMatic" The Eclipse RatioMatic burner has a ratio regulator that compensates automatically for any change in operating conditions and does not require an additional gas adjustment. It also has a direct-drive air butterfly, so there's no problem with slipping or jamming linkage.
These automatic ratio burners are good for ovens, dryers and other low-temperature systems.
The available turndown ratio is a very impressive 90:1 and they are available in sizes starting at a half million BTU/Hr or as high as 30 Million BTU.Hr!
If you're in or near the Tampa area and need burner parts or entire burner systems, please contact my client, Thermal Equipment Systems, Inc.
Thermal Equipment Systems, Inc. offers industrial burner equipment from companies such as Karl Dungs, Eclipse, Pyromation, Siemens and others. These items include burners, burner controls, gas valves, emergency shut off devices and various industrial burner replacement parts.
If you're looking for high temperature burners, tube fired burners, flame safeguard controls or any kind of thermal equipment replacement parts, please consider my client, Thermal Equipment Systems, Inc.
Thermal Equipment Systems, Inc. has been in business since 1972. Their expertise includes any parts you need, or a full system design and build. These systems could be anything from metal melting to paint baking, process ovens or glass forming, just to name a few.
Thermal Equipment Systems, Inc. can work with a variety of fuels and select the appropriate burners, blowers, valves and controllers to keep you safe and get the job done right.