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GG10 LNLow emissions according to EN 676 Emission Class 3

The low-emission gas burner GG10-LN of Giersch is a small powerhouse. Burner capacities from 12 to 90 kW can be achieved easily with him. The innovative hybrid fan technology ensures large power ranges and a stable start-up. The high pressure fan, which provides a precision mixing device for optimal mixing of air and gas is generated with lower power consumption.

The innovative star-mixing head is a guarantee for lowest NOx emissions possible. Results are well below the requirements of emission class 3 of EN676.

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Brenner MG20-LNLow emissions according to EN 676 Emission Class 3

Great performances require a pressure-stable fan in an extended burner geometry. A technical specification that Giersch has achieved by sophisticated design of the MG-LN.

The gas burner MG-LN includes optimized air channels, providing a quiet and stable pressure blower. The high pressure fan, and the precision mixing device for optimal mixing of air and gas is provided from the blower. The innovative star-mixing head is a guarantee for lowest NOx emissions. The EN676 gives emissions well below
class 3.

 

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RG1Standard EN 676 Emission Class 1 and 2

Suitable for natural gas, liquid gas or town gas, for a low or high heat requirement, for a heating boiler or industrial applications, for new installations or for conversion from oil to gas. The RG series is supplied complete with high-grade valve fittings, the requisite connection elbows, unions and gas ball cock.

The burner concept provides -two-stage- or modulating-operation. The burner gives off more or less power depending on the heat requirement. Burner starts and the prescavenging losses and startup emissions associated with them are reduced to a minimum. The annual utilization ratio is increased. The modulating output control operates with a gas/air compound. Combustion is constant over the entire working range.

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Brenner MG10Standard EN 676 Emission Class 1 and 2

High outputs require a pressure-stable blower with prolate burner geometry. This is a technical specification which GIERSCH has realized in the MG series with a well reasoned design.

The MG series has optimized air guidance, providing a quiet and pressure-stable blower. This blower guarantees safe startup behaviour, i.e. carefree operation. The air duct through which the combustion air is taken in is fully lined with a highly effective silencing material.

 

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