Ecoflam burners in action

anaerobic heating, Ecoflam burners

Ecoflam has supplied one of its 350kW Max Gas gas burners as part of the refurbishment of an anaerobic heating system. The system is based at Channing and Sons farm in Coventry. Unfortunately, the original burner failed and was difficult to maintain. Experts Ryla Combustion recommended the Ecoflam Max Gas product due to its efficiency and ease of installation.

To make maintenance easy, the MAX GAS has a single bolt burner fixing with the capability to firmly secure it to the flange in three fixing points. Plus, the hinge flange allows access to the burner head without losing burner settings. Additional features include an air damper with progressive micrometric air regulation, easy to assemble combustion head and a separate gas train.

The MAX GAS burner range utilises standard components from industry leaders, making it exceptionally easy to obtain spare parts.

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