Provides economic and ecologically friendly fuel combustion, low metal consumption, reliable operation.
Heating of greenhouses, warehouses, working and service areas.
|The operation is based on two-stage combustion of liquid or gaseous (natural gas) fuel.|
The first stage is fuel flaring.
The produced fuel gas is mixed with air using a centrifugal vent to reach the required temperature and fed to the second chamber bearing a honeycomb monolith catalyst. At 400–800°C, the catalytic cartridge provides the full oxidation of carbon monoxide and products of fuel incomplete burning, as well as reduction of nitrogen oxides.
A series of 0.03 to 3.0 MW heat power units in a variety of sizes and shapes have been developed
|Specifications (a 90 kW air heater)|
|Natural gas flow rate, m3/h||9.1|
|Air productivity, m3/h||5000|
|Air heating, °C, no less||plus 50|
|Content of toxic compounds in the heated outlet air is below MAC of the work space.|
|These are, mg/m3||MAC*||in fact|
* MAC are Russian standards on maximum allowable concentration
The units of 100 kW capacity are commercially used in greenhouse farms Russia wide.