Pressure atomisers are used in any industrial application with high demands to emission rates during the combustion of natural gas, light fuel oil (LFO), and special fuels like biogas.
During gas operation, the extremely low NOx emission values are reached by dividing the fuel streams into primary and secondary gas. By this, three higher-level reduction mechanisms are caused:
Primary gas combustion with a high mixing degree at low temperatures. Simultaneously, a high flame stability is guarantee
Reducing the partial oxygen pressure for the secondary combustion due to the combustion gases of the primary zone
Reducing temperature peaks due to the modular secondary combustion within the combustion chamber with high heat extraction
During oil operation, the burner uses a technology based on the well-established high-pressure atomising principle in combination with a mixing head geometry that varies according to the capacity. Thus, low NOx values and an economic combustion are reached over the complete control range.