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Category Archives: Industrial Burners

Industrial burners for commercial combustion systems.

If At First You Don’t Succeed…

…try it maybe a couple more times and then reassess the situation. If a burner goes out, you hit the reset button. Sometimes, the burner lights and everything is fine. Other times, the burner stays cold, because there’s an issue that requires attention. Trying the reset button a couple of times makes sense! Pressing it Read More

The Proper Way to Light a Burner

Something we share in common with most other animals in nature is a drive for individual survival and the survival of the species. If your environment happens to include industrial furnaces and/or ovens, employing the proper way to light a burner is key to the safety of yourself and those around you. Our ability to Read More

The Mysterious Art of Burner Tuning

Burners should be tuned on a regular basis to capture peak performance and efficiency. Referencing the manufacturer’s literature and keeping a log of past settings makes tuning the modern burner a straightforward and scientific task. Once you know how to tune burners, watching the uninitiated try their hand at it can be amusing at best, Read More

FAQ: What is a Package Burner?

A package burner is an industrial burner with its own dedicated blower. The standard scope of supply includes everything you need to safely run the burner: blower, air valve, air pressure switches, gas manifold (with filter, pressure reducing regulator, safety shut-off valves, gas pressure switches, etc.), ignition transformer, and flame safety. You are responsible for Read More

FAQ: What are Low NOx Burners?

What is NOx? Nitrogen Oxide (NOx), is a common byproduct of combustion processes. Whenever fuel (natural gas, propane gas, methane, coke oven gas, biogas, etc) is burned at high heat, NOx is produced. It is present in emissions from cars, trucks, boats, planes, and construction equipment, as well as industrial equipment like power plants, kilns, Read More

FAQ: What is a Ribbon Burner?

What is a Ribbon Burner? A ribbon burner is a type of premix, direct-fire burner typically used in low temperature applications such as air heating, bakery, sterilizing, brazing, and packaging. The term “premix” refers to a process of creating a gas and air mixture, at the proper ratio, which populates the flame tube prior to Read More


The REKO-SIK-NxT-SW by ESA is a sidewall burner in a self-recuperative body utilizing ESA’s NxT technology. A “sidewall” (or “flat flame” or “wall hugging”) burner traditionally uses centrifugal force to achieve a flame that stays close to the refractory wall, avoiding impingement on the work product. The REKO-SIK-NxT-SW works a bit differently, instead dividing the Read More

ESA RT Industrial Radiant Tube Burner

The ESA RT series are radiant tube burners for gas. RT burners are used for indirect heating; they use heat radiation to provide heat transfer inside a furnace without flame impingement. This also eliminates contamination of the workspace by products of combustion. The radiant tube connects to the burner. They come in many shapes, but Read More

Industrial Medium Velocity Burner for Gas EMB

ESA’s EMB series are metallic gas burners used for direct heating. EMBs allow excess air, stoichiometric, and excess gas regulation. Depending on size and use, EMBs can be used for natural gas and LPG combustion (in the standard version) and other types of gaseous combustion agents with different heating properties. (Special versions available upon request.) Read More

ESA EPB Package Burners

ESA offers a line of package burners called EPB. The EPB series is a monoblock metal gas burner for direct heating. These burners allow excess air settings, and stoichiometric excess gas. Depending on the size and conditions of use, this type of burner can be used for combustion of natural gas and LPG (gaseous) and Read More


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