The swirling air stream of the Pyronics Sidewinder II Gas Flat Flame Excess Air Burner produces a negative vortex at the refractory block mouth. Gas enters the vortex, mixing rapidly, producing intense combustion. The inverted parabolic shape of the burner block port works with the vortex to pull flames flat to the furnace wall at firing rates and mixtures.

Description
Sidewinder Gas Burners are nozzle-mixing units with a high velocity, spinning, air flow. The swirling air stream produces a negative vortex at the refractory block mouth. Gas enters the vortex, mixing rapidly, producing intense combustion. The inverted parabolic shape of the burner block port works with the vortex to pull flames flat to the furnace wall at firing rates and mixtures.

Applications

  • Billet Heaters
  • Cover Annealers
  • Car Furnaces
  • Roof Fired Rotary Furnaces
  • Galvanizing Tanks
  • Crucible Melters
  • Process Heaters
  • Heat Exchangers
  • Holding Ladles

 

 

Features and Benefits

  • lames Flat to Furnace Wall
  • No Forward Velocity at Normal Firing Rates
  • On-Ratio, Excess Air, or Excess Gas Firing (see Table 2)
  • Simple Nozzle Mix Construction
  • Flanged Air and Gas Connections – Fewer Pipe Unions Required
  • 3000F Refractory Block
  • Rugged Cast Iron Burner
  • Pilot, Flame Detector Ports
  • 10:1 Turndown, On-Ratio with 16 oz. Air at Burner
  • Roof Mounting Support Lugs and Wall Flanges Available