Eclipse launches the BrightFire 200 Burner

The Eclipse BrightFire 200 is an adjustable, low NOx, air-fuel burner, compatible with regenerative glass furnaces.

The burner provides superior flame and heat transfer adjustability by providing a gas flow adjustment in addition to area adjustment.  This valve combination allows increased flexibility in flame geometry, location of heat input into the gas melt, and a significant reduction in NOx.Features: Additional adjustments for increased flame control and burner flexibility. Very low NOx.Can be tuned to maximize heat transfer and minimize NOx.

  • Single gas connection for simplified, cost effective application.
  • Compatible with Eclipse mounting bracket and socket plate for easy installation.
  • Compatible with current BrightFire gas and cooling air connections for easy conversion.
  • Nozzle combinations allow firing to be tailored to furnace requirements.
  • Durable construction.
  • Low maintenance.
  • Improved glass quality.
  • Reduced fuel usage due to improved heat transfer into the glass.
  • 600450 Eclipse launches the BrightFire 200 Burner

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