It is used in hot air generation, in direct or indirect type, providing an outlet temperature up to 1000 ºC, and designed to operate with natural gas, fuel oil and Light oil.

• Durable, solid construction,

• Direct or indirect type design depending on the process requirement,

Designed for 0.25 MW/h - 60 MW/h capacity value and 450°C - 800°C outlet temperature value in direct type hot air generators,

• Direct or indirect type designs with 150°C - 450°C outlet temperature values,

• Special designs for different capacity and outlet temperature values,

• Elimination of transfer losses and increase of efficiency in direct type hot air generators by direct mixing of burnt gases with fresh air in the mixing chamber without any heat transfer item in between,

• Brick or brickless combustion chamber design depending on the process, capacity and outlet temperature,

• Design resistant to high temperature and temperature stresses in brick hot air generators, achieved with the refractory material used to cover the combustion chamber, and by heating the combustion air passing around the combustion chamber,

• Design resistant to high temperature and temperature stresses in brickless hot air generators, achieved with a combustion chamber manufactured from Cr-Ni material, and by heating the mixture air passing around the combustion chamber,

• Operates with gas, fuel oil, Light oil and dual fuel burners,

• Special design pilot ignition burner for ignition,

• Reduced overhead thanks to low pressure losses of the combustion and mixture air,

• Total increase in efficiency with low flue loss,

• Minimization of heat losses between the body coated with insulation material and the environment,

• Allows exhausting from the explosion cap on the mixture chamber in case of gas jam, and also provides easy access into the generator by service personnel for maintenance-inspection,

• Provides increase in efficiency by heating the combustion air up to 100-120°C by recovery,

• High operating safety.

• Easy installation&operation and low maintenance,

• Remote management by connecting to PLC systems using BMS (Burner Management System) or software,