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Self-Recuperative & Radiant Tube Burners

Bayonet Ultra Recuperator

High efficiency plug in recuperators designed to be paired with the Tube Firing Burner for improved fuel useage.

Bayonet-Ultra Recuperators are high efficiency heat exchangers designed to fit into the exhaust leg of single, U, O, W or Trident-type radiant tubes. They're frequently paired with Tube Firing burners and suitable for use with exhaust streams up to 2100 Degrees Fahrenheit provide fuel savings up to 30%. Conventional recuperators have only one heat transfer tube. Each Bayonet-Ultra contains multiple tubes to dramatically increase the heat transfer area while significantly decreasing the amount of fuel required to maintain required heat levels. Plus, an air cooled housing cools the work area. Features & Benefits: • Versatility and adaptability are designed into the Bayonet-Ultra. • New or retrofit installations rarely require special brickwork, radiant tube or exhaust modifications. • Bayonet-Ultra recuperators are available in four sizes to fit radiant tubes with inside diameters from 3" to 8". • A choice of pressure drops makes it easy to match most existing blower systems. • Tube lengths can be adjusted to meet exact installation requirements. • During installation, multiple-tube furnaces don’t have to be shut down; only the tube being fitted.
Data Sheet
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Self-recuperative burners
1.64 MB
12/18/2020
PDF 1.64 MB
Self-recuperative burners
242.51 KB
12/18/2020
PDF 242.51 KB
Application Note
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Self-recuperative burners
132.77 KB
12/18/2020
PDF 132.77 KB
Sales Sheet
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Self-recuperative burners
1.6 MB
12/18/2020
PDF 1.6 MB
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
Self-recuperative burners
1.64 MB
12/18/2020
PDF 1.64 MB
Self-recuperative burners
132.77 KB
12/18/2020
PDF 132.77 KB
Self-recuperative burners
242.51 KB
12/18/2020
PDF 242.51 KB
Self-recuperative burners
1.6 MB
12/18/2020
PDF 1.6 MB