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EBNER burner systems.
70 years of experience creating perfection.
A totally new burner design was based on a broad range of specialized technical knowledge. The burner was refined at the testing rig in the lab and approved for series production following a long-term endurance test under operating conditions.
This type of burner, manufactured in EBNER‘s workshops, is highly successful in heat treatment furnace facilities around the world.
A burner that is up to the challenge.
Industrial furnaces are constantly having to meet higher and higher requirements. On the one side are aspects of efficiency such as improved facility availability, higher outputs and better product quality, while on the other, increasingly strict environmental regulations have to be fulfilled.
This dilemma eventually led to EBNER developing ECOBURN in the absence of a product on the market that was designed to meet these requirements.
New paths of innovation.
Striving for perfected functionality and quality is one of the most important elements of EBNER‘s lasting success and a major factor in ensuring the higher productivity and more economical operation of EBNER‘s heat treatment facilities.
EBNER ECOBURN burners are distinguished by the following features:
- All-metal burner – no ceramic components
- Suitable for all common fuel gases
- Direct ignition
- Uniform temperature distribution due to high burner velocity
- Wide control range
- Stable combustion with excellent flame signal
- Minimal temperature deviation around area of impingement due to short flame
- Flame supervision by ionization or UV sensor
- No soot formation – regardless of power setting
- Suitable for highly preheated combustion air
- Emissions far below mandated limits
- No burner block
- Suitable for many industrial applications thanks to compact size
- Range of mounting configurations
- Exceptionally long service life
- Low noise
New burner/radiant tube system.
The decision to introduce new ideas and EBNER‘s well-known quality to the market of continuous galvanizing and annealing lines brought with it extensive analysis of the weaknesses of existing facilities.
Discussions with numerous operators in Europe and the US resulted in a number of issues which EBNER then investigated in-depth.
One major point was the burner/radiant tube system, especially the service life of the new double-P radiant tubes. Analysis of the burner/radiant tube system soon demonstrated that the burner has to be designed to suit the radiant tube and that these modifications to the radiant tube can increase service life.