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Your combustion burner is an important part of your operation. If it shuts down, your business could grind to a halt. Inside the burner, there are a lot of pieces involved in the processes. The device is used to mix oxygen with fuel to achieve controlled combustion, before fuel is injected into the system using a burner tip, producing a specific flame and heat-release pattern that can be controlled within the combustion chamber. There’s a lot to maintain. That’s why it’s important to have an expert you can trust to keep it up and running.

A Combustion Burner Expert can help you:

  • Eliminate visual pollution (smoke)
  • Eliminate noxious gases (NOX) and odors
  • Reduce harmful emissions like carbon monoxide
  • Reduce noise
  • Optimize fuel-gas consumption
  • Improve reliability
  • Avoid equipment failure

Having access to a team of experts can help ensure the longevity of your fuel-fired equipment and will ultimately reduce appliance downtime, all while increasing efficiencies. More importantly, they can help improve the safety of your staff. 

Do you need a burner expert?

If you have combustion burners in your facility, it’s important to ask yourself three key questions:

1) Do you have an end-of-life strategy for the equipment you’re currently using?

2) Have you established a routine maintenance plan for your combustion systems?

3) Do you have an industrial combustion expert on staff?

If you answered “no” to any of these questions, then you would benefit from a specialist. Other reasons might include changing your insurance carrier, policy changes, or part failures that require repair or replacement. Insurance companies often require regular safety inspection, testing, and documentation to maintain coverage. If you’re not sure where to start, BDC’s team is deeply knowledgeable about all current NFPA guidelines for safety inspections and can help you stay covered. 

Working with BDC experts can help you future-proof your business by developing a strategy to ensure your equipment never becomes obsolete. This can include looking at new or custom equipment, automation, technology optimizations, or refurbishing existing equipment.

BDC is ready to be your industrial combustion systems expert. We also help train in-house teams to identify potential problems in advance and to perform simple part replacements. Give us a call at 1-800-432-5810 today to learn how we can help keep you up and running.

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