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water indirect heater burner

water indirect heater burner

water indirect heater burner

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I´m looking for a list of manufacturers of indirect heater burners to use in heaters of natural gas. Could you help me please?

RE: water indirect heater burner

Please clarify what you are trying to heat?   Natural gas?
If so why and to what temp? There are heaters available (called vapourisers) to heat LPG liquid producing a warm vapour to prevent it reliquifying in the lines to say other gas burners.

Rod Nissen.
Combustion & Engineering Diagnostics
nissenr@iprimus.com.au
http://www.canded.com.au
 
 

RE: water indirect heater burner

sounds to me you could use a small radiant tube burner look at eclipse combustion or north americam manufacturing web page i am sure they would be happy to help

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