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ERB's SheetFlame ribbon design is port free and provides a uniform flame pattern producing striation-free product surfaces.
A direct replacement for any BP/APV Turkington pipe burner. Used primarily in bakeries and where an oven's heat profile needs to be modified.
Can be utilized anywhere direct flame impingement is required, such as in bakery, wire, glass and plastics industries.
Twice as heavy as our standard Schedule 80 pipe burners.
Designed for the treatment of plastic film, foil, textiles, non-woven fibers and in lamination. Constructed so all irregularities and breaks in the flame are eliminated.
At 60,000 BTUs per inch, these direct impingement linear burners are the most powerful in the industry.
When you require maximum linear heat, these impingement burners are the answer.
Ensign exclusive! The only truly water-cooled ribbon burner where the cooling core is an integral part of the burner casting.
Designed for limited space applications requiring concentrated heat patterns, they provide a wide range of flexibility with respect to capacities, flame patterns and sizes.
Specially designed heating units for use where a narrow, uniform sheet or ribbon of flame is desired.
Designed for process temperatures up to 2500°F (1371°C), and incorporates two-stage combustion for low NOx.
A pre-assembled and factory calibrated packaged high speed burner, the SuperflameTM Pak Burner saves money and labor on installation and tuning and virtually eliminates routine calibration.
Used primarily where a high recirculation rate of the products of combustion is required.
Nozzle mixing oil or gas units designed for up to 350% excess air or on ratio firing.
Nozzle-mixing high velocity burner which will burn most gaseous fuels as well as light distillate oils.
Red-Ray’s MR-12 infrared burner has a durable fine porosity metal alloy refractory grid that has excellent resistance to impact, thermal shock and water damage.
AR Series burners are infrared metal-fiber burners with high radiance and all-metal construction and premix design. The Apollo-Ray is available in two sizes.
Patent pending design provides the highest efficiencies across all inputs, excellent heat flux and unmatched tube temperature uniformity.
These burners can be installed in a process plant recirculation system where it is not possible to construct a combustion chamber and install a conventional type of burner assembly.
Designed to offer the oven designer, process engineer or user a complete pre-wired, pre-piped burner package.
Air heating burners that direct combustion air across distribution air foils to heat fresh or recirculated air in ovens, air ducts, and other applications.
Gas burners that are pre-packaged fan assisted units designed to suit virtually all types of low temperature gas fired application.
Compact, sealed nozzle-mix units designed to operate in radiant tubes with maximum combustion efficiency over varying operating conditions.
Radiant tube burners are recuperative style and available as single end (SER) or direct fired (UHF).
Pyronics High-Momentum Burners (HMB) are designed for process temperatures up to 2700°F Designed for process temperatures up to 2700 degrees F.
The swirling air stream produces a negative vortex at the mouth of the refractory block.
Nozzle mixing types designed for 800% excess air for single tunnel cool flame applications.
The NM burner features short flames, wide turndown ranges and very stable combustion.
Features a unique cup-like design that allows combustion air and fuel gas to quickly and thoroughly mix at the nozzle.
Ideal for small space applications requiring concentrated heat patterns.
Will burn any standard fuel gas at mixture pressures ranging from 0.1 to 60 WC.
Constructed like refractory-lined furnaces in miniature and are capable of heating up to 25,000 BTU/hr/inch.
Increase the effectiveness of selective open heating by releasing high heat to very specific areas of a workpiece.
Sealed-in tunnel burners with superior flame retention and combustion characteristics.
Intended for use in furnace walls or roofs, and where close burner spacing is required. Recommended for use where temperatures do not exceed 2000°F (1093°C).
Provide close coupling of radiant heat sources, and are ideal for light-duty heating applications.
Webster Combustion boiler burners combine proprietary control technology with proven combustion performance to reduce your energy costs and emissions.
Pressure Burners may be incorporated with all types of boilers, ovens, kilns, etc., up to 400 horsepower, to form completely automatic packaged burner units.