In the so-called ‘electronic burners’, the traditional burner controls and mechanical air/fuel regulators are replaced by microprocessor-driven automatic burner controls and electronic air/fuel ratio controllers. The air and fuel flow regulators are driven by precision electromechanical actuators. The burner controls make sure that these actuators are accurate to a tenth of a degree. The automatic burner control also ensures the complete burner start cycle.
Electronic burners are perfectly well adapted to the application of other optimization technologies, such as frequency, oxygen and CO regulation.
In addition, electronic burners offer almost unlimited possibilities.
This implies that they are perfectly suited to drive highly complex combustion processes, such as the simultaneous combustion of two or three different fuels in fluctuating flow ratios; combustion without pre-rinsing through a continuous pilot burner, etc.