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Line & Duct Burners

RatioStar

Duct Burner with Stable flame and high performance.

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The Eclipse RatioStar is a modular duct burner designed with on-ratio control for direct fired air heating applications. Burners are configured in rows of up to 24 modules. Propagation modules connect individual burner rows to provide cross ignition. This modular design allows for a wide range of burner matrix configurations. Burner modules are built with high quality stainless steel. Eclipse engineers can design a complete RatioStar duct system with gas train to meet specific customer requirements. Features & Benefits: Typical Applications • Air heating processes that require optimum heat distribution in process air flows. • Air heating processes that require optimum combustion efficiency(on-ratio control). • Low oxygen process air flows that require additional heat. • Process air flows with high inlet temperatures up to 1400ºF (750ºC), where standard air heating burners cannot be used. • Processes that require low emissions of CO, NOx and unburned hydrocarbons.
Certificate
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Description
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Date
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duct
561.17 KB
12/18/2020
PDF 561.17 KB
RatioStar Declaration of Incorporation (DE, EN)
227.39 KB
12/18/2020
PDF 227.39 KB
Data Sheet
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Description
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Date
Size
Duct burners
345.38 KB
12/18/2020
PDF 345.38 KB
Sales Sheet
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Description
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Date
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Duct burners
261.32 KB
12/18/2020
PDF 261.32 KB
Application Note
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Description
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Date
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Duct burners
1.74 MB
12/18/2020
PDF 1.74 MB
Manuals and Guides
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Description
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Duct burners
1016.06 KB
12/18/2020
PDF 1016.06 KB
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
duct
561.17 KB
12/18/2020
PDF 561.17 KB
RatioStar Declaration of Incorporation (DE, EN)
227.39 KB
12/18/2020
PDF 227.39 KB
Duct burners
345.38 KB
12/18/2020
PDF 345.38 KB
Duct burners
261.32 KB
12/18/2020
PDF 261.32 KB
Duct burners
1.74 MB
12/18/2020
PDF 1.74 MB
Duct burners
1016.06 KB
12/18/2020
PDF 1016.06 KB