A New York City Public School central heating plant moves on their Local Law 87 goal
A New York City Public School central heating plant and their consulting engineer made the decision to install 3 new low emissions burners with state of the art combustion control systems to meet Local Law 87 initiatives.
For sub 35 PPM NOx, burners maintain low O2 performance without FGR and ability to go to sub 9 PPM NOx with FGR– all without fiber metal mesh heads or air filters!
If dual fuel capabilities are added, they can have a sub 5-minute change over from natural gas to oil firing. Their new controls packages includes: BurnerMate Universal O2 Trim, Draft Indication & Control, Fuel Air Ratio Control, Flu Gas Temperature indication and alarm, Smoke Opacity, Flame Safeguard control, with VFDs.
These burners will reduce electricity consumption by 60% or more and allow for 8:1 turn down on oil firing. O2 ranges from sub 1.5% at 50-100% firing rate, to sub 3.5% 10-40% firing rate. The burners and controls package are made by skilled American tradesmen in our Danbury, CT, UL 508 / IBEW shop, and started up by our combustion field engineers.
Made in the U.S.A. for a Greener, more Sustainable and more Fuel Efficient future for NYC.
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