Duplex burner | Article about duplex burner by The Free Dictionary
In a heating system, a gas burner having two sections which can either burn together at full load or be used singly for reduced heating.
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An atomizer type of burner that has a primary and a main fuel manifold and two independent orifices—one much smaller than the other. The smaller orifice handles the lower flows, and the larger one deals with higher flows as burner pressure increases. This type of burner is more efficient than the simplex type of burner. See simplex burner
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This is the company's first installation on the more challenging waste gas application in addition to two other installations of the patented Duplex Burner
technology at Aera.
In 1865 Joseph married his partner Francis Ann Dain, and patented the Duplex burner
which revolutionised oil lamps.