Modulating Dual Oil Burners

Modulating Dual Oil Burners

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Modulating Dual Oil Burners


RLS M MZ Series

The RLS/M MZ series of burners covers a firing range from 550 to 2460 kW, and they have been designed for use in hot or superheated water boilers, hot air or steam generators, diathermic oil boilers.

GI EMME 1400-4500 Series

The GI/EMME 1400-4500 series of burners covers a firing range from 407 to 4650 kW. They have been designed for high output users and they are suitable for matching with all kinds of boilers, with normal or pressurized combustion chamber.

ENNE EMME Series (Heavy Oil-Gas)

The ENNE/EMME 1400-4500 series of burners covers a firing range from 407 to 5000 kW. They have been designed for high output users and they are suitable for matching with every kind of boilers, with normal or pressurized combustion chamber. Operation can be “two stage progressive” or, alternatively, “modulating” with the installation of a PID logic regulator and respective probes.

RLS M MX Series

The RLS/M MX series of burners covers a firing range from 200 to 1840 kW, and they have been designed for use in hot or superheated water boilers, hot air or steam generators, diathermic oil boilers. Operation is “two stage” at the oil side and “modulating” at the gas side with the installation of a PID logic regulator and respective probes.

RLS BP MX Series

RLS/BP MX series burners are characterised by a modular monoblock structure that means all necessary components can be combined in a single unit thus making installation easier , faster and, above all, more flexible.

RLS 500-800 M MX Series

RLS/M MX burners are characterised by a modular monoblock structure that means all necessary components can be combined in a single unit thus making installation easier, faster and, above all, more ?exible.

RLS 300-800 E-EV MX Series

RLS/M MX burners are characterised by a modular monoblock structure that means all necessary components can be combined in a single unit thus making installation easier, faster and, above all, more ?exible.