MaxonMaxon DELTA-TE III Nozzle Mix Line Burner

Maxon DELTA-TE III Nozzle Mix Line Burner

The DELTA-TE III is assembled from modular burner units and can be built to any practical length depending on required capacity and duct dimensions.
Gas and combustion air are fed separately to the burner and mixed at the burner nozzle. The optimum mixing of gas and combustion air guarantees complete combustion, even under inert conditions.
A major attribute of this burner is its excellent flame stability under all firing conditions. The pilot burner ignites the main burner at one of the burner ends.
The flame spreads over the total burner length almost instantly due to the thorough mixing of the fuel gas and combustion air. Cross-ignition is guaranteed by the special way the individual gas and air ports are positioned in relation to each other.

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Maxon DELTA-TE III Nozzle Mix Line Burner

Combines excellent flexibility with extreme low emissions for direct firing

Especially desgined for firing in low oxygen, high humidity and/or inert process air applications

Easy Installation

High Turndown

Operates independently from the process-air stream over the burner

Stainless steel construction in contact with process stream

Fires on natural gas, propane and many other fuel gases 

Accepts preheated air 

DELTA-TE™ III nozzle-mix-line burners have been specially designed for heating of moving process streams with low oxygen and/ or high humidity content. Its complete stainless steel design makes the burner extremely suitable for high industrial process applications, moist, corrosive atmospheres, high process air temperatures.

The burner can operate independently from the velocity of the process air stream to be heated and hence does not require a process flow pressure differential to function properly. 

 

Typical applications  

  • Paper, wood, gypsum and other dryers where air with high humidity content is used as an energy-transporting medium  
  • DeNOx-installations where practically inert combustion products have to be uniformly heated prior to catalytic reaction 
  • Preheating of flue gases in SCR
  • Reheating of flue gases from gas and diesel engines

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