Burner in Boiler

The Burner of the Boiler is the source of heat in boilers which are powered by natural fuel such as gas or oil.  It is the place where the fuel is burnt to produce energy.


The burners in Boilers should combust the fuel with very low emissions.  They are sometimes provided with an air source such as a fan to ensure proper combustion with little residue.

Duel Fuel burners can burn both oil and gas.  Common fuels are Furnace Oil, Light Oil, Natural Gas and Liquefied Petroleum Gas. 

Boiler Burners can range in capacity from 200 kW to 15000 kW

Modern Burners in Boilers have sophisticated electronic controls which algorithms for precise air-fuel mixtures for optimum efficiency.