atmospheric burner

atmospheric burner

A gas burner in a furnace in which combustion air is supplied at atmospheric pressure.
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We have replaced the atmospheric burner with a power burner, changed our controls more than once and have added an AC inverter to the exhaust fan so that instead of using a damper to change airflow we just change the RPM of the fan.
Whether you are using an infra-red burner, atmospheric burner, wood fired, or hot air to apply heat to the beans, you must have some form of control over the heat source.
in the simplest case, the PLC controls an atmospheric burner by modulation; switching the burner from low fire to high fire and back to maintain an average set point temperature.
These do utilize atmospheric burners for straight on convection heat rather than the Infrared/Heat Exchanger combination.
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