Standard Gaseous fuels (High Calorific Value Gas Fuels):

Standard Gaseous fuels (High Calorific Value Gas Fuels)


Gaseous fuels include Natural Gas, LPG, CNG, etc. These standard gaseous fuels are high Calorific Value fuels. Many fuel gases are composed of hydrocarbons (such as methane or propane), hydrogen, carbon monoxide, or mixtures thereof. Such gases are sources of potential heat energy, that can be readily transmitted and distributed through pipes from the point of origin directly to the place of consumption. The most common type of fuel gas in current use is natural gas.


Gaseous fuels are combustible that can be fired in the Burners to generate heat energy. Some fuel gases are liquefied for storage or transport. Gaseous nature can be advantageous, avoiding the difficulty of transporting, at the same time, it can also be dangerous. It is possible for a fuel gas to be undetected and collect in certain areas, leading to the risk of a gas explosion. For this reason, odorizers are added to most fuel gases so that they may be detected by a distinct smell. These gaseous fuels are relatively easy to use for all engineering applications.


Gaseous fuels are reliable and affordable heat supply fuels. Our Industrial Burners are designed for required heat value range and meet necessary requirements in terms of emission parameters. Another big advantage is the availability of similar quality of these fuels worldwide, to an extent manufactured as per international standards.


We have standardized our Burners for Standard Gaseous fuels, for Industrial applications. Our standardized burners series for Standard Gaseous fuels are designated as IBG series with numerical digits providing information about the heat output range. Our Burners are well accepted in the industry for last 30 years because of reliability, high efficiency, competitive costs and good after sales support. Combustion Concepts has ensured continuous improvements in Burner technology, yielding a cleaner environment, maximum efficiency and reduced energy cost to customers.

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