metal fiber burner
- Author:Shenzhen Zhongli Weiye Electromechanical Equipment Co., Ltd.
- Origin:Shenzhen Zhongli Weiye Electromechanical Equipment Co., Ltd.
- Time of issue:2020-09-19 20:55
metal fiber burner
The metal fiber burner belongs to the premixed gas surface combustion, and the premixed and uniform gas-air mixture flows to the burner head and burns on the surface layer of the metal fiber fabric with uniform air permeability.
The surface combustion of metal fibers not only has the characteristics of infrared combustion, but also has the characteristics of low pollution emission, which has attracted widespread attention. The head of the metal fiber burner is made of very fine metal fibers. Metal fibers can either be sintered together to form rigid and porous sheets, or they can be made into soft fabrics through the spinning process. Both constructions provide a homogeneous medium that is highly breathable. It can burn in both thermal radiation mode and blue flame mode, and can realize combustion translation conversion in both modes.
Metal fiber burners have good corrosion and oxidation resistance. This gives the burner an exceptionally long service life. When the burner is in a closed environment, the surface temperature and radiation efficiency will increase. The maximum temperature for the long-life operation of the metal fiber burner is 1100 ℃.
Metal fiber burners are thermal shock resistant, and due to the 100% metal they can even withstand extreme thermal shock. Water splashed on the burner surface will evaporate without leaving any trace of damage on the burner surface. In addition, metal fiber burners have good mechanical shock resistance, backfire safety and rapid cooling.
The flexibility of the metal fiber burner allows the head of the burner to be made into any shape. Such as flat, cylindrical, conical, concave, spherical, etc.
The characteristics of infrared radiation and low pollution emissions of metal fiber burners make them used in many industries, including household ovens, industrial furnaces, food industry, textile industry, automobile industry, glass manufacturing industry, steel casting industry, etc.