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Saving fuel gas in industry by means of optimum burner settings

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Publication Form: Fachartikel
Article-No.: 00541_2008_02_02
Issue: 02
Magazine: Saving fuel gas in industry by means of optimum burner settings
Publication date: 01.02.2008
Author: Christian Schare
Publishing House: Vulkan-Verlag GmbH
Pages: 3
Publication Format: PDF
Language: English
Topic: Thermoprozesstechnik Thermoprocessing

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The following article highlights the economic advantage of optimum burner settings. It is designed to achieve maximum benefit for industry and the environment at minimum cost. Optimum burner settings and related work guarantee the economy and operational safety and reliability of existing heating equipment with a pneumatic air/gas ratio control system. In addition, energy saving is not only described in theory, but is also shown on the basis of a practical example.

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