Manufacturer’s Declaration
baltur® Declares that the gas, light oil, heavy oil and combination (gas/light oil or heavy oil) burners are manufactured in conformance with current CE, CEI and UNI standards.
 baltur® guarantees the CE certification provided that the burner is coupled to the CE gas train supplied by baltur® and the CE gas line accessories.

baltur® Oil Burners are available as Gas, Light Oil, Heavy Oil and Dual Fuel

 

 

Industrial Units Available

TS series  2,920 – 17,500kW

 

 

 

 

 

 

PYR series     2,735 – 44,640kW

 

Industrial Units Available
 TS series 2,920 – 17,500kW
PYR series     2,735 – 44,640kW

baltur, anticipating the future; has designed a range of low NOx emission modulating burners that represent the fruit of more than 50 years experience in the field, that are easy to use and maintain, are reliable and especially flexible so that they are able to meet the most demanding world standards both today and tomorrow.

The BGN…LX Burner is made in the two-stage progressive out-put and modulating version. In this way the burner passes ‘smoothly’ from one power level to another.

Plus Points

Low NOx and CO emissions
Very high modulation ratios: 7: 1
High performance burner
Operates over a wide working field
Dynamic control of modulation through pneumatic feedback
Reduced and constant oxygen levels in fumes
Economic to run
To obtain maximum results the BGN…LX Burner should be coupled to the most suitable boilers.

Ways of Reducing NOx emissions

Two methods are used:
The ‘External’ method
The ‘Internal’ method
The External method is both expensive and very difficult to set-up.

baltur has chosen the Internal method, the advantage is that there is no special regulation to be carried out and no addition of external parts as the particular blast pipe allows precise quantity of exhaust gas to be recycled. This can ensure stable and ‘clean’ combustion with excess air far below normal levels.

There is, as a result, low prompt and thermal NOx formation together with an increase of combustion CO2 and increased performance along with economic savings.


Light Oil

 

Kilowatts

Single Stage

17.8 - 42.7

BTL 3

16.6 - 42.7

BTL 3H

21.3 - 42.7

BT 0

18.6 - 42.7

BT 0H

26 - 56.1

BTL 4

26 - 56.1

BTL 4H

31.9 - 74.3

BTL 6

31.9 - 74.3

BTL 6H

60.2 - 118

BTL 10

60.2 - 118

BTL 10H

89 - 166

BTL 14

119 - 249

BTL 20

154 - 308

Spark 26 W

154 - 308

Spark 26

178 - 391

Spark 35 W

178 - 391

Spark 35

237 - 474

BT 40 G

356 - 712

BT 60 G

Kilowatts

Two Stage

26 - 56.1

BTL 4P

31.9 - 74.3

BTL 6P

60.2 - 118

BTL 10 P

89 - 172

BT 14 DSGW

89 - 172

BT 14 DSG

89 - 172

BT 14 DSGW DACA

89 - 172

BT 14 DSG DACA

110 - 213

Spark 18 DSGW

154 - 308

Spark 26 DSGW

154 - 308

Spark 26 DSG

178 - 391

Spark 35 DSGW

178 - 391

Spark 35 DSG

236 - 531

BT 40 DSG

236 - 531

BT 40 DSG DACA

236 - 531

BT 40 DSG Hinged

331 - 652

BT 55 DSG

331 - 652

BT 55 DSG DACA

331 - 652

BT 55 DSG Hinged

415 - 889

BT 75 DSG 3V

415 - 889

BT 75 3V DACA

415 -889

BT 75 DSG 3V Hinged

533 - 1186

BT 100 DSG

533 - 1186

BT 100 DSG DACA

533 - 1186

BT 100 DSG Hinged

474 - 1660

BT 120 DSG 3V

474 - 1660

BT 120 DSG 3V DACA

474 - 1660

BT 120 DSG 3V Hinged

712 - 2135

BT 180 DSG 3V

712 - 2135

BT 180 DSG 3V Hinged

873 - 3186

BT 250 DSG

873 - 3186

BT 250 DSG Hinged

1304 - 3854

BT 300 DSG

1304 - 3854

BT 300 DSG Hinged

1364 - 4151

BT 350 DSG

1364 - 4151

BT 350 DSG Hinged

Kilowatts

Progressive Modulating Two Stage

415 - 889

BT 75 DSPG

533 - 1186

BT 100 DSPG

474 - 1660

BT 120 DSPG

712 - 2135

BT 180 DSPG

873 - 3186

BT 250 DSPG

1304 - 3854

BT 300 DSPG

1364 - 4151

BT 350 DSPG

1581 - 4743

GI 350 DSPG

1840 - 5522

GI 420 DSPG

2430 - 6500

GI 510 DSPG

2500 - 10500

GI 1000 DSPG

Gas Burners – Single Stage

Kilowatts

Model

16.6 - 42.7

BTG 3

16.3 - 41.9

BTG 3.6

30.6 - 56.3

BTG 6

48.8 - 99

BTG 11

80 - 200

Sparkgas 20W

80 - 200

Sparkgas 20

60 - 300

Sparkgas 30W

60 - 300

Sparkgas 30

90 - 358

Sparkgas 35W

90 - 358

Sparkgas 35

169 - 596

BGN 50

Gas Burners – Two-Stage

Kilowatts

Model

16.3 - 41.9

BTG 3.6 P

30.6 - 56.3

BTG 6 P

48.8 - 99

BTG 11 P

50 - 200

Sparkgas 20 PW

50 - 200

Sparkgas 20 P

60 - 300

Sparkgas 30 PW

60 - 300

Sparkgas 30 P

90 - 358

Sparkgas 35 PW

90 - 358

Sparkgas 35 P

185 - 425

BGN 40 P

248 - 738

BGN 60 P

280 - 995

BGN 100 P

350 - 1200

BGN 120 P

414 - 1428

BGN 150 P

414 - 1428

BGN 150 P

590 - 2000

BGN 200 P

490 - 2500

BGN 250 P

657 - 2982

BGN 300 P

924 - 3500

BGN 350 P

Gas Burners - Modulating

 

Kilowatts

Model

185 - 425

BGN 40 DSPGN

248 - 738

BGN 60 DSPGN

280 - 995

BGN 100 DSPGN

350 - 1200

BGN 120 DSPGN

414 - 1428

BGN 150 DSPGN

590 - 2000

BGN 200 DSPGN

490 - 2500

BGN 250 DSPGN

657 - 2982

BGN 300 DSPGN

924 - 3500

BGN 350 DSPGN

Dual Fuel Burners - Single-Stage

Kilowatts

 

38.5 - 66.8

MINICOMIST 7

58.4 - 103.0

MINICOMIST 11

80 - 220

COMIST 20

Dual Fuel Burners - Pressure-drop

Kilowatts

 

130 - 340

COMIST 26 SP

Dual Fuel Burners - Two Stage

Kilowatts

 

210 - 438

COMIST 36

210 - 438

COMIST 36

348 - 916

COMIST 72

652 - 1364

COMIST 122

688 - 1981

COMIST 180

1127 - 3380

COMIST 250

1304 - 3878

COMIST 300

Dual Fuel - Progressive/ModulatingTwo Stage

Kilowatts

 

348 -916

COMIST 72 DSPGM

652 - 1364

COMIST 122 DSPGM

688 - 1981

COMIST 180 DSPGM

1127 - 3380

COMIST 250 DSPGM

1304 - 3878

COMIST 300 DSPGM

Dual Fuel - Two Stage Gas/Heavy Oil

Kilowatts

 

688 - 1981

COMIST 180NM

Dual Fuel - Modulating Two Stage Gas/Heavy Oil

Kilowatts

 

688 - 1981

COMIST 180DSPNM

Choosing The Right Burner For Your Heating Application

Selecting the correct burner for your specific heating application ensures your plant operates at its maximum efficiency. As with any HVAC system, designs, functions and specifications need addressing. The selection of a burner is no different. The maximum efficiency of a plant is only achieved if the burner, gas train and controls are selected correctly. It is essential that experienced personnel be involved in the burner selection process because; not all burners are created equal.

Operating Ranges
Operating ranges of burners are affected by the back pressure in the combustion chamber, fuel types, chimney and efficiency. The ability to overcome the above restrictions is critical to sizing of the burner.

baltur S.p.A.: The baltur range of European market-leading burners are available in:
Gas fired (Natural Gas and LPG)
Oil fired (Light and Heavy)
Dual fuel

With kilowatt ranges of:
20 - 600kW – On/Off operation
Single-stage: the burner is provided with only on/off functions

20 - 1200kW – High/Low operation
Two-stage: the burner operates on high/low functions. These normally have a turndown rate of 4:1. However also available on the market are burners with up to 40:1 turndown rates.

100 -10,000kW – Fully Modulating (Commercial applications)
4,000 – 47,500kW Fully Modulating (Industrial applications)
The modulating operation is obtained with an electronic controller stepping the burner down in stages relating to temperature differential.

Light Oil Single Stage

Light Oil Two Stage

Progressive Modulating Two Stage

Gas - Single Stage

Gas - Two Stage

Gas - Modulating

Dual Fuel Two Stage

Gas/Heavy Oil Two Stage

Dual Fuel Progressive Modulating Two Stage Gas/Heavy Oil

PYR Gas/Oil

 

PYR Gas/Oil

TS Series Dual Fuel Progressive Modulating Two Stage Gas/Heavy Oil

Listed below are natural gas burners
LPG gas trains are also available

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