We are leading manufacturer and exporter of MFB Burner and our product is made up of good quality. MFB Burner solution offered comprises metal fiber burner that are based on state-of-the-art technology support in gas infrared mode that provides advantage of low operating costs with features like long service life because of its unbreakable construction, low heat-up & cool down time (3 to 4 seconds) when used in fan-driven mode and uniformity in radiation throughout the emitting surface even in cases where burner is 2 to 3 meters long.
Also available with mechanical and thermal shock proof finish, these burners are made available in two basic types - MFB cloth 100 and Knitted Mat 250 and Sintered Mat 200.
Here, the construction of MFB burner comprises a thin perforated sheet that supports burner with equal distribution of premix as it is fully welded with diverters inside as well as housing (with/without collar) made up of SS304.
Other than this, the Sintered Mat Burner finds application for radiant application for its medium density 2.5 KG/m2 and with Knitted Mat 250 of high density - 4 KG/m2.
These are used for applications where the surface temperature of the burner is maintained at consistently high levels.
We are leading manufacturer and exporter of Gas Combustion Burner and our product is made up of good quality. Gas Combustion burner offered comprises safe system design for handling propane or natural gas that cannot have butane because of its lower self-ignition temperature (4500ºC) that causes flashback and explosion as temperatures of Propane are 5500ºC and natural gas is 7500ºC.
Generally, with CO2 and H2O being formed as by-products of combustion of hydrocarbons, the premix flow leads to heat intensity in the range of 100- 500KW/m2 where most of the combustion takes place within the surface of burner itself, thus making the surface heat, glow as well as transfer heat in radiant form.
As the mode is infrared, the surface temperature is maintained highest at 1050ºC.
With combustion taking place outside the burner (as a blue flame mode), here the heat transfer takes place in convection mode and can intensify as high as 20 MW/m2.