Queen’s Award for Dunphy

A Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation has been awarded to Dunphy Combustion for developing and proving combustion systems that reduce NOx emissions to minimal levels and also bring down electricity running costs and equipment capital costs.

Technologies that contribute to NOx reduction include high-accuracy linear fuel-metering valves and electronic control of fuel/air ratio — integrated with Dunphy’s patented axial air flow combustion burner.

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