Our offered MFB Burner is designed with efficiency of high conversion for ensuring that precise outputs are achieved. The mentioned product is an ideal choice for rendering uniform transferring of heat with discharges containing lower contamination. This burner is engineered using stainless steel of 304 grade for ensuring maximum performance, longer service life and cost-effectiveness. All these factors make our burner the most preferred one in the market. The housing of the burner is welded using top-of-the-line diverters for equivalent distribution of the premix. Being in the domain for more than 40 years, we are looked upon as the symbol of trust when it comes to quality burners.
Moreover, our offered MFB Burners can be used in the fan driven mode with the uniformity in radiations that are emitted over surface in the cases that require 2 to 3 meters long burners. Be it MFB cloth 100 or Knitted Mat 250, the mentioned burner is available in all the forms. Apart from this, eh burner with Sintered mat finds usage for different radiation applications. This burner is made from metal fiber that is used with adjustable thermostat.
Applications of MFB Burners
Heating systems used during paper coating
Gas IR Heating Systems for seam welds
Conveyorised Gas Infrared Ovens
Gas surface heating systems
Chemistry of Combustion
Usually, Carbon dioxide gas and water are obtained by the combustion of hydrocarbons. Some examples are cited below:
Also known by the name formaldehyde, if it hits the cold wall, the process will stop and its smell can be easily observed in the poor heat exchanger designs.
Ratio of Air or Gas
Key Points :
The mentioned machine is designed with safety operations because of which it is highly demanded in the market. Each unit is designed is only designed by keeping in mind the type of gas used which will eventually lead to the safer environment. A system designed for propane cannot be used by Butane because its self ignition temperature is 450 degree Celsius that can flashback and cause explosion if used with natural gas or propane.
Radiant / Blue Flame Modes
The flow of premix leads up to the heat intensity of 100- 500 kw/m2. Based upon this, the process of the combustion is conducted within the surface of the burner itself. This heats up and glow the surface while transferring the heat in the radiant form and this process is known as infrared mode. However, the process of radiation occurs at the temperature of 1050 degree Celsius. If the quantity of premix is increased, nitrogen is flown into excess, resulting in the cooling down of burner. When the process of combustion is carried outside the burner, then the mode is called as blue flame mode. But, the intensity of the flame can be high as 20 MW/m2. The main thing that is to be observed is that in both the cases, flue gases are released in the air.
For radiant operation, ? = 1.05 to 1.1
For blue flame mode, ? = 1.1 to 1.2
Efficiencies in Radiant mode
Higher amount of combustion occurs at lower level of intensities at the surface. The efficiency of the radiant is about 55 to 60% high at 125 KW/m2 and below 100 KW/m2, the flame can't sustain. However, this efficiency can be easily increased at anyÂ position with the addition of a grid at the front.