Compact combustion chambers

The hot gas generators are compact combustion chambers used in a large number of industrial applications. These units produce gases at different temperatures starting from the combustion of different fuels such as natural gas, diesel, fuel oil, etc.

Chambers covered with refractory

The internal combustion chambers are covered with refractory to withstand temperatures up to 1500 oC and have a robust structure and resistance to this type of industrial applications. There are different types of cameras with single or double walls that makes the heat losses through them quite small.

Burners of various types

To generate these hot gases, burners of various types are used, the most common of which are pressurized air burners for liquid fuel and gases, and also for gas duct burners are used.

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION

The hot gas generators are used in different industrial processes and their objective is to generate gases at a certain temperature for drying, heat exchange, etc.

The process consists of using a burner to generate a determined volume of gases. A dilution air blower is then used to cool the gases to the process temperature and increase the gas flow rate to the desired volume.

This mixture is performed in a refractory-lined combustion chamber to minimize heat losses.
Depending on the type of application and with the aim of increasing the performance even further, a part of the gases used in this process is introduced back into the combustion chamber, thereby increasing the performance of the system by reducing the heat losses.

CHARACTERISTICS OF E & M COMBUSTION GENERATORS

• Capacity from 1 to 100 MW
• Different types of fuels, natural gas, fuel oil, gas oil, biogases, recycled oils, wood pellets, etc.
• Combination of various fuels
• High thermal efficiency
• Units pre-assembled packages
• Low maintenance costs
• Fully automated control
• Low NOx burners
• Rapid response to process demand

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