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These low-emission burners produce less noise

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Oilon

Oilon

Developed with computational fluid dynamics (CFD), as well as practical combustion tests, the ACE low-emission burner (photo) produces very low NOx emissions. Its CO emissions are also very low. In typical conditions, the NOx emissions of natural-gas combustion are less than 60 mg/Nm3 with these burners. In addition to combustion emissions, the burner’s noise emissions are significantly lower than those of earlier models. ACE burners are suitable for natural gas, light and heavy oil, as well as other liquid and gaseous fuels. The ACE product family consists of several different burner capacities, currently covering the 6.5–70-MW power range. — Oilon Oy, Lahti, Finland

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