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ERB's SheetFlame ribbon design is port free and provides a uniform flame pattern producing striation-free product surfaces.
Features a new 2" 2-tube arrangement to improve heat recovery time and reduce waste in baking and other critical applications. Replaces the older 1.5" black pipe models for higher turndown.
Can be utilized anywhere direct flame impingement is required, such as in bakery, wire, glass and plastics industries.
Twice as heavy as our standard Schedule 80 pipe burners.
Designed for the treatment of plastic film, foil, textiles, non-woven fibers and in lamination. Constructed so all irregularities and breaks in the flame are eliminated.
Ensign exclusive! The only truly water-cooled ribbon burner where the cooling core is an integral part of the burner casting.
Designed for limited space applications requiring concentrated heat patterns, they provide a wide range of flexibility with respect to capacities, flame patterns and sizes.
The ideal means of providing balanced heating conditions in pipe ribbon burner installations, under adverse circumstances.
Red-Ray’s MR-12 infrared burner has a durable fine porosity metal alloy refractory grid that has excellent resistance to impact, thermal shock and water damage.
AR Series burners are metal fiber infrared burners with high radiance and all-metal construction. The Apollo-Ray is available in two sizes.
A 6” x 8” gas-fired infrared surface combustion burner. Its metal alloy foam emitter and stainless steel body make it an outstanding choice for food production processes.
7-inch size with either cast iron or special alloy components. Employs an air-gas mixture impinging directly on the finned refractory surface to produce a high-density flux of maximum radiance.
Used in a wide range of industrial applications such as battery manufacturing, pre-drying, paint flow coating, resin curing, and roofing.
6-inch gas impingement types which generate intense, concentrated radiation. They are typically used in industrial applications (curing coatings on steel) and food applications (baking).
Widely used in tortilla chip ovens and many industrial ovens (ie. powder coating) requiring high heat flux density.
These burners can be installed in a process plant recirculation system where it is not possible to construct a combustion chamber and install a conventional type of burner assembly.
Designed to offer the oven designer, process engineer or user a complete pre-wired, pre-piped burner package.
Air heating burners that direct combustion air across distribution air foils to heat fresh or recirculated air in ovens, air ducts, and other applications.