Clean combustion of the fuel is the most important requirement for ensuring a uniform temperature distribution in the kiln and a low energy demand. At the same time, a strong momentum of the combustion gases generated is to create turbulences in the firing chamber resulting in an optimum distribution of the introduced energy. In this process, the quantity of combustion air introduced at the burner should be as small as possible in order to minimise the fuel input.
Our burner concepts are focusing on these objectives – without compromise. Hot combustion air, for example, not only saves heating energy, but also increases the burner momentum with the same amount of air. And with the right burner, increasing the gas pressure enables an excellent temperature distribution in the kiln with significantly less combustion air.
Our latest development in the field of burners is the dual fuel burner for wood gas and natural gas so as to support climate-neutral firing.