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Waste Gas Burners & Flares

Waste Gas Burners & Flares

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  1. Groth Corp. Model 8391B Waste Gas Burner - Candlestick, Auto/Manual Ignition

    Groth Corp. Model 8391B Waste Gas Burner - Candlestick, Auto/Manual Ignition

    The Groth Model 8391B Waste Gas Burner includes an ignition system with all of the best features available in a waste gas burner. The burner wind shield contains the unique "downdraft prevention" with a bevel design which virtually eliminates the possibility of the flame being blown out. The design also provides the proper air/fuel mixture to ensure an efficient burn. The wind shield will control outside winds, up to 200 MPH, and operates efficiently in heavy rains. This will prevent smoke and odors from permeating the neighborhood.
  2. Groth Corp. Model 8392B Waste Gas Burner - Flame Front Ignition Technology

    Groth Corp. Model 8392B Waste Gas Burner - Flame Front Ignition Technology

    The Groth Model 8392B Waste Gas Burner features flame front ignition technology. This technology allows for the pilot ignition to occur at ground level. The "flame front" is contained within pilot ignition piping which is plumbed to the wind shield to ignite the gas stream. Easier maintenance of pilot ignition system is the major advantage of this technology. With typical Candlestick Waste Gas Burners, the pilot ignition system is within the wind shield which is at an elevated position, making it difficult and sometimes dangerous to maintain.
  3. Groth Corp. Model 8393B Waste Gas Burner - Fully Enclosed

    Groth Corp. Model 8393B Waste Gas Burner - Fully Enclosed

    The Groth Model 8393B Fully Enclosed Waste Gas Burner features combustion which occurs in an enclosed stack. The advantages to enclosed combustion include: higher destruction efficiencies, no visible flame, low heat radiation, and minimal noise. This is important for installations which are in or near residential areas. The combustion air flow is controlled by automated louvers. This allows the equipment to keep the combustion process within the temperature limits, allowing for the highest destruction efficiencies. A flame front pilot technology pilot ignition system is used to provide a robust, reliable system and to improve the ability to maintain this system.

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