• Gas Pelletizing Furnaces

    Gas Pelletizing Furnaces


    These Gas Burners are specialized for pelletizing furnaces.
  • Long Flame Medium Velocity Gas Burner (MGLK)

    Long Flame Medium Velocity Gas Burner (MGLK)


    These medium velocity burners are specialized for preheating furnaces that need long flame.
  • Vertical Lime Kiln Gas Burner (LKG)

    Vertical Lime Kiln Gas Burner (LKG)


    Gas Burner Specialized for Vertical Lime Kilns.
  • Self-Recuperative Gas Burner (SRG)

    Self-Recuperative Gas Burner (SRG)


    Self-Recuperative Burners for gaseous fuels include a recuperator that is integral in the burner that preheats the incoming combustion air. Burner capacity between 60,000 to 250,000 Kcal/hr.
  • Low Temperature Metallic Gas Burner (MBG)

    Low Temperature Metallic Gas Burner (MBG)


    This burner is of the nozzle-mixing type. It is designed to produce a flame with various temperatures. That is why it is used in some cases as an excess-air burner.
  • Variable Flame Gas Burner (VFG)

    Variable Flame Gas Burner (VFG)


    VFG burners are used with ambient temperature combustion air on a wide variety of furnaces operating up to 1100 °C. User can manually select optimum flame shape with the flame adjustment,which is an integral part of the gas connection.
  • High Velocity Gas Fuel Burner (NAHG)

    High Velocity Gas Fuel Burner (NAHG)


    NAHG Gas burners are widely used on heat treat and melting furnaces,kilns,ovens,air heaters dryers, chemical process equipment ,and other applications where superior temperature uniformity is required .
  • Medium Velocity Gas Burner (NAMG & AMG)

    Medium Velocity Gas Burner (NAMG & AMG)


    NAMG & AMG Gas burners are widely used on heat treat and melting furnaces, kilns, ovens, air heaters, dryers, chemical process equipment, and other applications where superior temperature uniformity is required. These sealed – in, nozzle – mix burners for gas are stable on stoichiometric Ratio, with large amounts of excess air, or with up to 50% excess fuel (provided additional air for combustion is in the furnace near the burner.)