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Burner Solutions

Inproheat Industries - Burner Solutions


Inproheat Industries offers state-of-the-art burner solutions designed by John Zink Hamworthy Combustion.

No matter which solution is right for your project, each burner solution is designed for first-rate efficiency, safety, and durability according to the required industry and task at hand.


John Zink Hamworthy offers a variety of standard and customized burner solutions to match the requirements of each project. Their principal burner products are featured here in more detail:

Biomass Burners

Through the use of biomass burners, reuse common by-products as new energy sources to power existing processes, replace or accompany fossil fuels or offer supplementary power. The suspension firing of biomass also acts in the displacement of conventional hydrocarbons.

When used effectively, biomass burners will carry a turndown that is comparable to that of fuel.Because biomass burners reduce the need for any new fuel through the use of by-products, they lower the costs of fuel as a result. Biomass burners use available by-products to operate, offering significant waste reduction.

Duct Burners

Duct burners offer heat release ranges greater than 700 million Btu/hr.

Built for flexibility, they offer multiple waste fuels and minimize emissions. They also include burner castings that are heavy duty high alloy. Combined with their rugged systems components, they offer high reliability and low maintenance. Furthermore, they have safety components such as a flame safeguard system that is microprocessor-based along with a piping module that is factory packaged and tested.

Low NOx OTSG Burners

These burners integrate various innovations that have been made for boiler applications and will provide economical solutions to control NOx, CO, hydrocarbon, and particulate emissions from OTSGs.

Low NOx burners for OTSGs are guaranteed to meet multiple guidelines for emissions standards including but not limited to CCME, Alberta and the EPA (for particulates).

Industrial Low and Ultra-Low NOx Combustion Burners

These burners are designed to eliminate waste gases from tail gas NOx systems using a specific incineration process. Environmentally responsible and cost-efficient, these systems are designed to hold both the burner and chamber in one space-efficient model.

These burners also feature alloy that is corrosion-resistant for durable performance. As well, they include a flame monitoring system that can be done via a UV scanner or by using a flame rod.

Waste Gas Burners

Waste gas burners are cost-effective, emissions control solutions that act to reduce NOx emissions. They can also reuse waste gas as an effective natural gas alternative.

Featuring a distributed air flow system, waste gas burners also offer multi-fuel firing, which allows different fuel types to be fired simultaneously.


Biomass burners are widely used across industries like food processing, agriculture, and wood and forest product production.

Duct burners are most often found in independent power, cogeneration, or combined cycle systems. They are designed to handle the supplementary firing of TEG – Turbine Exhaust Gas. 

Low NOx burners for OTSGs work well with Once Through Steam Generator projects and boiler applications on industrial water tubes. Burners can be new installations or burner retrofits. Low NOx burners are suited to applications that require emissions levels to be under 20 PPm and approaching single digit Ultra Low NOx. 

Industrial low and ultra-low NOx combustion burners are frequently used in specific applications such as large utility burners, power and auxiliary boilers, kilns, incinerators, and fume destructors. 

Waste gas burners are commonly used with steam flood heaters, package burners, auxiliary boilers, and incinerators. 


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