Industrial burner for every possible purpose
If you’re not very familiar with industrial processes and equipment terminology, industrial burners might sound like something from another planet, but actually, they represent quite a common part of industrial equipment.
To an untrained eye, the exterior of burners might just look like a hunk of metal. However, an array of different processes takes place inside them. These devices mix oxygen with fuel to achieve controlled combustion. Fuel gets injected into their system using a burner tip, which plays an essential part of the heating process. Certain burner produces a specific flame and heat-release pattern that is controlled within the combustion chamber, making sure it creates ideal conditions for heating, melting, manufacturing etc.
Industrial burners allow different types of facilities to control an open flame for a wide range of applications. We can find them in diverse applications, providing heat to boiler systems, welding, heating liquids/fluids, accelerating chemical reactions, melting metals, glass blowing, recycling etc., which makes them appropriate for different industrial settings.
A great thing about industrial burners that is really worth mentioning, is their very low maintenance requirements, even within certain period of time. The companies should factor in potential unforeseen problems, so that the unexpected repairs won’t take a big chunk of their budget or waste their valuable production time.
An excellent burner system is not only the best way to positively impact your productivity levels, but also a long-lasting investment, which is why we understand that selecting the perfect industrial burner for your facility’s needs can be a very challenging task. But we offer you a perfect solution. Procesni Inženiring falls into the category of the best industrial burner manufacturers on the European market. The company can develop a new one, or refurbish an old device, modernize it, ensure that it meets all the required safety standards or create different sets for various devices, created for manufacturers of ovens, dryers, channel burners etc.
The Procesni Inženiring’s vast experience and technological expertise allows them to help you select the correct type of burner, possibly saving you a lot of trouble. They can help you determining the strength of the needed device. Based on the application, they can advise on the preferred way of remote control and, if applicable, help to determine elements for the use of waste heat.
Industrial burner systems
By the amount of the burners, we differentiate between a single burner set or an industrial burner system. But that is not the only classification. In terms of remote control, we know stoichiometric combustion burners that are used in an oxidation atmosphere, reduction atmosphere, constant air and preheated air atmospheres.
High Speed Burners
High Speed Burners are employed in applications where prevailing waste gas instability in the burning chamber is essential to heat material by convection and not just irradiation. The powerful force of the flame causes strong waste gas recirculation, combined with combustion methods such as air as well as fuel staging. Speed burners not only allow maintenance of a homogenous flame pattern, but also prevent temperature peaks and pollution emissions that would be worth mentioning. They can function in both, the proportionate and on/off (or minimum/maximum) mode, with an assorted thermal power range. The high speed Burners are made for direct flame ignition by employing spark plugs, as well as flame detection with ionization rods or U.V. cells.
Burner management system
A Burner Management System or BMS is a safety system used to assure safe start-up, operation and shut down of process burners and can be used in Oil and Gas, Power Generation, Chemical or any other industries that use industrial burners, furnaces, boilers or other equipment that uses flame.
The system can monitor flames with flame detectors. It manages igniters, burners and actuators, like shutdown valves. It can also inhibit start-up when the conditions are not met, monitor the burner to detect unsafe operating conditions or protect against unsafe operating conditions. When the sensors don’t detect the flame or detect unsafe operating conditions, the BMS signals the actuators to stop the flow of fuel to the burners, to inhibit the flames.
There are two methods of implementing a burner monitoring system. It can be separated or integrated. The separated method traditionally implements a safety instrumented system (SIS) and a basic control system (BPCS) logic solver as two separate pieces of equipment. But that is not all. The workstations and the SCADA software are also separated. Both systems can communicate with each other using a bus and a common communication protocol.
On the other hand, the integrated method represents a slightly more contemporary way of implementing the solution. In this method the SIS, the BPCS logic solver and workstations form one common equipment.