Gas Linear Burners bring to gas tubes the advantages and safety of forced air burners. They are used whenever it is necessary to produce a short, linearly distributed flame inside of an enclosure or in an air stream.
- Customized construction from modular components.
- Monoblock or duoblock construction (gas-air package as a separate sub-assembly), Steel or stainless steel body.
- Brass or stainless
- Steel injectors.
- Length from 400 mm to several meters (we have even created 15 m burners)
- From 50 to 500 kW / meter for a single row
- From 100 to 800 kW / meter for a double row
- All types of combustible gases
- Pressure in the chamber: -1000 Pa to 30000 Pa (-10 mbar to +300 mbar)
- Temperature in the chamber: up to 600 °C
- Air velocity around the burner: up to 40 m/s on the axis of the ﬂame.
The Linear Gas Burner consists of two concentric tubes fed with air and gas respectively.
he outer tube has frustoconical-shaped openings responsible for materializing and stabilizing the ﬂames. In each opening, an injector is supplied with gas through the inner tube. The air is set in rotation by a turbulator machined into the shape of a propeller.
Air and gas mix at the tip of each injector to create a flame in each conical opening.
The openings located one after another produce a line of flame, hence the name Linear Burner.