Windbox Package Burners
|The Total Package - ||The Finest and Most Comprehensive
| ||Combustion Systems Available For Boilers,
| ||HTHW Generators, and Process Furnaces
The WB Package Burner Is A Complete Integrated Combustion System Consisting Of Seven (7) Subsystems:
The sub-systems above are selected according to the project's requirements and installed on the heavy-duty windbox assembly or rack / remotely mounted. These systems are designed to comply with NFPA, IRI, and FM (or your project's more stringent) requirements. The result is a complete, high quality package burner system, tailor fitted to your application.
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WB Package Burner Features
Engineering, Quality Components, and Versatility result in a superior product
- Engineered System – The total combustion system is designed using the latest in solid modeling technology to guarantee optimal performance, furnace/boiler compatibility, proper fit of all modules, and a user-friendly layout.
Heavy-Duty Construction – Built for decades of operation. Faber's windboxes are fabricated from 1/4" & 3/8" steel and the burner modules are comprised of industrial quality components from such manufacturers as Allen-Bradley, Ashcroft, Chicago Blower, Maxon, and Siemens. WB package burners come standard with stainless steel impregnated paint to
withstand the harshest of conditions.
Flexible Design – WB package burners are the best choice to meet your project’s most diverse requirements · Layout customized to best fit your boiler or process needs · Flame geometry tailored to your furnace · Modular design for field installation in the tightest of locations · Custom control systems · Specialized wiring · Unique fuels.
Easy to Install, Operate, and Maintain
Ready To Operate – Prior to shipment, each combustion system is thoroughly inspected and rigorously tested on our process simulator to make certain the package burner arrives ready for operation.
Practical – WB package burners are combustion systems in their simplest but most refined form. They are logically laid out for ease of operation and maximum accessibility to all burner components. Here are just a few of the many exceptional features that distinguish the WB: Cured refractory throat or tile, two 2 ˝ “ sight ports, ball/swivel scanner mount, as well as an industrial quality ignitor and two-piece oil
atomizer assembly. The ignitor and atomizer may be easily removed for inspection & cleaning without
dismantling the burner.
Non-Proprietary – You are not held hostage by a manufacturer’s sole source parts that require specialized service. Our piping and electrical systems are comprised of industrial quality, brand name, readily available components that are easy to use, maintain and
Smooth & Quiet Operation – Meets OSHA sound exposure requirements. A forced draft fan silencer and quiet running motor are an integral part of the WB design.
Results in Quick Return On Investment and Phenomenal Savings Throughout the Life of the Equipment
High Mix Combustion Efficiency – Determined by a burner’s ability to homogeneously mix fuel and air in the combustion process. Although excess air is inevitable in
combustion, excess air also removes heat from the furnace, adversely affecting
efficiency. WB burners operate at extremely low excess air levels (2% - 4% O2 in flue gas) when firing both liquid and gaseous fuels. WB burners can operate at lower excess air levels than other burners (1 – 2 % lower O2 in flue gas while firing natural gas and
1 – 3 % lower O2 while firing #2 Oil), while still meeting NOx emissions, without smoke and negligible CO. Low excess air operation results in high boiler efficiency, saving you money in fuel costs.
- Energy Efficiency – Faber’s low pressure drop register design, in conjunction with a highly efficient forced draft fan configuration equipped with both a low leakage inlet vortex control damper and a premium efficiency motor, results in reduced power
Thermal Turndown – Expressed as a ratio between a burner’s maximum and minimum
operating heat inputs. Higher turndown provides greater operating flexibility and reduces burner cycling. When a burner cycles, it flushes the hot furnace with ambient air,
pulling heat out of the furnace and significantly reducing fuel efficiency. Turndowns of 8:1, to 10:1 are standard with WB package burners but can be dramatically increased to meet the requirements of your project.