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New burner technology for reduction of NOx-emissions from gas fired industrial furnaces

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Publication Form: Fachartikel
Article-No.: 00541_2008_02_01
Issue: 02
Magazine: New burner technology for reduction of NOx-emissions from gas fired industrial furnaces
Publication date: 01.02.2008
Author: Thomas Lewin
Publishing House: Vulkan-Verlag GmbH
Pages: 3
Publication Format: PDF
Language: English
Topic: Thermoprozesstechnik Thermoprocessing

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The new SER burner technology presented renders higher efficiency, less maintenance as well as an easier installation mode without negative influence upon burner power, reliability or furnace temperature. A high priority is the possibility to be able to replace existing old burner systems already in use on the market as well as lowering the NOx-emissions without lowering the efficiency, nor making the installation more difficult.

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