Industrial boilers producing steam are the single largest energy consumer in the United States. Over 36% of this energy were from natural gas - nearly 3,000 billion cubic feet. The fact that it is the largest domestic fuel user has made industrial steam generation an early target of emissions regulations arising from the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments, which identified NOx as an important contributor to ozone pollution and photochemical smog. The consequence is that even clean-burning gas-fired boilers are threatened by increasingly stringent NOx emissions regulations. These regulations require cost-effective solutions that will not be onerous to the end users. While this market is regulatory driven and currently limited to the California South Coast Air Quality Management District, it is anticipated that future regulations will potentially spread to other regions in the nation.
Coen Ultra-low NOx Watertube Boiler Burner
Coen specializes in the design, manufacture, servicing, and maintenance of burner equipment and combustion systems. The COEN ultra-low NOx burner is positioned to compete in the watertube boiler burner emissions compliance market.
- Emissions performance that exceeds that of any burner currently on the market.
- 5 ppm
- High efficiency
- 6:1 turndown
- Fits into existing boiler windboxes