What is a gas burner?
A gas burner is an equipment that uses gas as a fuel in order to produce a controlled flame. Gas burners are used in various applications. A few are welding, soldering, brazing, melting, sterilization, packaging and cooking. The Bunsen burners in chemistry laboratories are fired using natural – gas or LPG. Many burners have auto-ignition, fuel control and flame sensing systems.
Why to service a gas burner?
- Combustion Efficiency: Having good thermal efficiency requires less amount of heat to complete the work and hence saves energy and cost. A healthy burner increases the ratio of heat output to fuel consumption, hence contributing to thermal efficiency and improving productivity.
- Safe Operations: Several organization require uninterrupted flow and cannot afford breakdown of the equipment. To keep the operations running, servicing the burner is essential as a dirty burner can hamper the heating and leaked gas can become a reason for undesired hazards.
- Time Saving: Equipment used for the purpose of heating have a lifespan, which can drastically be affect if the flame is not of good quality. If the burner produces a good quality flame there are less chances of blackening of equipment. This saves cost (no need to purchase new equipment regularly) and time (washing/maintaining of the equipment).
- Profitability: Cleaning and servicing of burner contributes to the efficiency and gives a long term effect of rise in profits.
What happens when burner fails?
- Profitability is hampered
- The cost of operations rises
- Quality of output is reduced
- The equipment can get damaged
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