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A Complete Guide to the Power Flame Type FDM Burner

If you’re looking for an innovative and reliable gas burner, the Power Flame FDM will meet your needs and exceed your expectations. This gas burner boasts an exceptional operational range spanning from 30,000 up to 5,000,000 BTU. The Power Flame Type FDM is a remarkable HVAC and process burner engineered to fire process heating appliances […]

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Siemens LMV5

Siemens LMV5

The Siemens LMV5 Linkageless Burner Management System delivers a fully-integrated system that offers simple installation and commissioning. The LMV5 is equipped with a range of cutting-edge features to ensure improved burner performance and enhanced efficiency. Most importantly, the LMV5 burner management system works around the clock to ensure safe operation and accuracy. With the LMV5, you’ll […]

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Siemens LMV3

Siemens LMV3

The Siemens LMV3 Linkageless Burner Management System is uniquely engineered to raise the bar and redefine the standards for single or dual fuel burner controls. The LMV3 boasts streamlined installation, programming, and commissioning to deliver proven, reliable control. All of these innovations help the LMV3 Linkageless Burner Management System deliver optimized and maximized return on […]

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Burning the Field with the Power Flame Type HAC

Does your facility need a heavy-duty, reliable burner with the ability to offer capacities ranging from 1,200,000 up to 11,600,000 BTU/HR? If so the Power Flame Type HAC forced draft burner system boasts some of the most advanced burner technology on the market. The Power Flame Type HAC is a versatile heavy oil/gas low pressure air-atomizing, […]

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Power Flame Type NVC Boasts Ultra-Low NOx

Are you looking for a flexible, fully-capable, Ultra Low NOx solution for your facility or application? The Power Flame Type NVC — Nova Plus will meet your needs and exceed your expectations. Boasting more than 100 operating installations across the globe, the NOVA Plus is engineered to meet and exceed today’s most strenuous emission requirements. The […]

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Power Flame Type NPM Sends Other Burners Up in Smoke

Are you looking for a fully-capable burner with the ability to meet your needs and exceed your expectations? If so, the Power Flame Type NPM burner / NOVA Premix (NPM) is your solution. The Power Flame Type NPM is a cost-effective, simple, field-proven system engineered to meet today’s most demanding emission requirements. Power Flame delivers a […]

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Putting the Benefits of Low NOx Burners to the Test

Whether you operate a boiler for a pharmaceutical processing plant or boilers for a hospital, you must contend with seemingly ever-changing environmental regulations. To make matters worse, shifting environmental policies coupled with new political administrations change the standards of compliance.  While regulations continue to change, one consistent focal point is the drive toward lower nitrogen […]

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Examining the Magnitude of the Power Flame Vector Burner

The Power Flame Vector is a burner that provides facilities with a one-of-a-kind combination of design advantages and operating advantages previously not offered in combustion systems with  moderate to high input.  Boasting a world-class design combined with cutting-edge manufacturing techniques, the Power Flame Vector offers a new cost-effective alternative to the dated technology used in […]

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The Small But Mighty Power Flame Type X4 Burner

The Power Flame Type X4 burner represents an innovative generation of gas power burners engineered to fire both propane and natural gas against a positive furnace pressure. The Power Flame X4’s name is the result of it being a compact and versatile four-inch diameter burner. The X4 family of compact gas burners boasts the capability of […]

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