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Blowing burner

A blowing burner is used for combustion of oils or gases in boilers. The combustion air is sucked in by a fan and conveyed by the admixture of the fuel (oil, gas) pressure in the combustion chamber. In opposite to an atmospheric burner the intensive mixing of fuel and air leads to an optimal combustion.

Giersch fan burners are offered for private as well as for commercial and industrial applications.