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>Split Type EC...GGR Adjustable Flame Natural GasLight Oil Burner (conventional emissions)
Remarks: Natural gas reference calorific value: 8600kCal/Nm³, light oil calorific value:
10200kCal/kg, if you want to use other types of non-standard fuel, please consult EBICO sales department.
Founded in 1998, EBICO (China) environment Co., Ltd. is headquartered in China. With more than 20 years of industry experience, EBICO has been committed to building the most influential and professional burner manufacturing company in the world.
EBICO is very professional in providing supporting burners for steam boiler, hot water boiler, heat conduction oil furnace, garbage incinerator, hot air boiler, asphalt mixing plant, road structure and other equipment. EBICO has customers all over the world and countless successful cases. At the same time, EBICO has also actively participated in many international bidding projects, It has won high praise from customers.
EBICO EC...GNQC natural gas/pulverized coal/heavy oil/light oil/residual oil burners are designed for boilers and heat conduction oil furnace and are electronically and proportionally adjustable. The design concept is based on the four key concepts of European product: Safety, Energy-saving, environmentally, and intelligence, and there have been many tests according to environments and fuel in different markets.
EBICO's R & D team is always active in the front-line site of customers. EBICO will continuously transform and upgrade the burner according to customers' feedback and actual machine working conditions. EBICO burner can handle a variety of fuels including ng, LNG, LPG, CNG, heavy & light oil and coal fines, and through new ultra-low nitrogen Vic technology, EBICO has realized that NOx can be controlled within 30mg without the help of FGR, which is a cutting-edge technology in the world.
Flame Fine Adjustment
FUEL ATOMIZATION MODE
High Pressure Atomization
NG、LPG、Marsh Gas、Gas、COG、Blast Furance Gas、Diesel、Gasoline、Kerosene、Multifuel Combustion