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Reheat Furnace

Our oxygen enhanced combustion systems can help you shorten cold start-ups, reduce heating times, and lower fuel consumption. Since these systems replace air with oxygen, the exhaust gas volumes can be reduced, which can help you avoid expensive upgrades to your exhaust systems. The best solution for your process depends on many factors, such as your existing reheat furnace’s operating parameters, throughput targets, fuel costs, and furnace maintenance issues. Our applications engineers can help you implement tailored systems to meet your specific needs.

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Oxygen

Oxygen is required for any combustion process. By supplementing or replacing combustion air with oxygen, overall combustion can be improved through increased heat transfer, higher flame temperatures, and reduced volume of flue gases.

Oxygen is required for any combustion process. By supplementing or replacing combustion air with oxygen, overall combustion can be improved through increased heat transfer, higher flame temperatures, and reduced volume of flue gases.

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Oxy-fuel Systems

View our combustion website. Our oxy-fuel systems are designed for a wide turn-down, with seamless and continuous mode transition for your reheat furnace zones. These systems can deliver up to 50-60% in fuel savings for batch furnaces without heat recovery.

View our combustion website. Our oxy-fuel systems are designed for a wide turn-down, with seamless and continuous mode transition for your reheat furnace zones. These systems can deliver up to 50-60% in fuel savings for batch furnaces without heat recovery.

Oxygen Enrichment Systems

Oxygen enrichment of combustion zones can provide a boost to heating performance of a furnace or zone. Even low level enrichment of air-gas flames can increase heat transfer, enabling higher throughputs while reducing specific fuel consumption.

Oxygen enrichment of combustion zones can provide a boost to heating performance of a furnace or zone. Even low level enrichment of air-gas flames can increase heat transfer, enabling higher throughputs while reducing specific fuel consumption.

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