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Atmospheric burner OptimaFlam
fuel oilgasindirectly fired

atmospheric burner
atmospheric burner
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Characteristics

Type
atmospheric
Power source
fuel oil, gas
Firing
indirectly fired
Convection
forced convection
Applications
for boilers, furnace
Power

Min.: 4,000 kW

Max.: 60,000 kW

Description

Pillard OptimaFlam is a dual fuel low NOx air stagging forced draft burner. Markets/applications Refinery and petrochemical furnaces (atmospheric distillation furnace / cracking furnace) Very low NOx technology A vertical furnace burner, Pillard OptimaFlam was developed with an ultimate low NOx technology usually developed for boilers. This ensures a very low excess air and environmental friendly emissions with refinery gas and/or fuel oil. Increases production capacity Thanks to in-house CFD studies, the burner is designed to ensure a constant and homogeneous flow of heat, making the thermal efficiency better and limiting the risks of damage on the furnace. While the equipment remain stable and last longer, the flow increases, as well as the production capacity and the furnace availability. Easy to install and to operate Pillard OptimaFlam is a Taylor made solution with a simple design adapted to existing plant configuration for an easy erection and fast start-up. Key features Heat output: 4 to 60 MW Fuels: all liquids (light or heavy fuel oil, high viscosity residues...) all gas (including 100 % hydrogen) Combustion air: temperature up to 450°C Turn down ratio: 10 to 1 Atomization: 2 stages of steam atomization Pressure drop: 150 to 250 daPa Emissions: in accordance with most stringent regulations References TOTAL Grand Puits refinery

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