premix gas burner

premix gas burner

[′prē‚miks ′gas ‚bər·nər]
(engineering)
Fuel (gas or oil) burner in which fuel and air are premixed prior to ignition in the combustion chamber.
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Objective: The promeos innovation project New in-situ premix gas burners makes the combustion of difficult to handle gaseous fuels like hydrogen or hot gases more efficient, less polluting, less noisy, safer and more compact compared to state of the art burners, thus opening up new markets.