More low-NOx burners from Riello

Published:  05 May, 2016

Riello, boilers, burner

Riello has introduced low-NOx (less than 80 mg/kWh) ‘blue-flame’ versions to all sizes of its RS range of burners. The use of a low-NOx combustion head ensures emissions conform to EN676 Class 3 in capacities from 3600 to 6260 kW.

The RS series of high-power monobloc burners is characterised by advanced technological developments that have contributed to its design and energy-efficient performance, while minimising size and weight.

Dual-fuel RLS low-NOx models will soon be available. They will have a dedicated pump motor to ensure a long life for the oil pump, combined with energy savings.

RS models 310, 410, 510 and 610 are available in various air-fuel control configurations, with the option of mechanical cam or electronic cam for modulation control. Variable-speed-drive technology ensures both low noise and electrical power savings.

Easy access to internal components through a hinged panel facilitates speed of commissioning and maintenance.

For more information on this story, click here: May 2016, 101

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