The Forney Parallel Air Flow (PAF) burner design provides a simple, economical, low maintenance method for burning liquid or gaseous fuels with maximum efficiency at low excess air rates. PAF burner principles are adaptable to virtually any type of steam generator or furnace application.
The PAF burner is composed of three major assemblies depending on fuel capability:
- Air frame assembly
- Air swirler assembly
- Liquid fuel atomizer and/or Gaseous fuel manifold and cane spud assembly.
The air frame consists of a front mounting plate, burner access plate, combustion air tube, sleeve type damper and a multivane type air swirler attached to the center burner guide tube.
The multivane air swirler is designed to produce optimum air/fuel mixing, flame shape and flame stability over a wide turndown range.
Steam, air and mechanical atomization are available for a wide range of liquid fuels. For gaseous fuels, a manifold and “cane” spud type nozzles are used.
|Throat Diameter:||12 to 45 inches|
|Heat Input:||20 to 300 million Btu per hour|
|CO emissions:||Less than 50 PPM corrected to 3 percent oxygen|
|Excess Air Levels:||5 percent or less while firing gas
10 percent or less while firing oil
|Fuels Fired:||Light & heavy oils
Natural gas & propane
Waste gases such as digester, landfill, blast furnace, and coke oven gas
|Oil Atomization:||Steam, air, or mechanical|
|Gas Nozzles:||Multiple adjustable spud-type|
|Register:||Multiple concentric annular flow and axial swirl flame stabilization|
|Flame Detector:||A wide variety UV or IR detectors|
|Turndown Ratio:||Oil, better than 8 to 1
Gas, better than 10 to 1
|Fuel Pressure:||Oil, 130 to 300 psig (depending on capacity and turndown)
Gas, 15 to 25 psig (depending on capacity and turndown)
|Combustion Air Temperature:||Ambient to 700°F|