BUNER VE CO2
The burners are equipped, as standard, with a pneumatic, fully automatic modulating control that ensures the burner load responds seamlessly to the heating demands. The gas quantity regulator, mounted in the gas street, is controlled by the air pressure of the combustion air fan. A higher number of rotations means more air and, therefore, more gas as it is frequency controlled.
This is an extremely safe system: should the air supply fail, the gas valve will immediately close (no air = no gas). This basic regulation can be further refined with the Autoflame Micro Modulation electronic burner control. The electronic control ensures that the burner’s control range is further increased while maintaining optimum combustion figures (repeat precision is 100%).
All our burners are primarily gas burner systems. This means that the burners can be adapted fthe use of other types of gas, such as biogases, propane gas (LPG), etc.
All burner systems are provided with international certificates. The burners which they use by Timfog in heating project are always delivered as a complete package, which includes a combustion air fan, gas train, switch panel and boiler control equipment. The fan is equipped, as standard, with a frequency control. This keeps the energy consumption and the noise level low.The system can be delivered in complete gas pressure regulator, safety shut-off and blow-off options. The control panel of the burner we use in our project contains all the burner’s control and safety equipment.
The advantages of a burner we use in our project
- Innovative and energy-saving
- Environmentally friendly due to low NOx emission
- Extremely reliable
- Equipped with MM burner management system
- CE-GAD, GOST and CSA / UL certified
The CO2 units are used fcentral CO2 dosage in greenhouses. The flue gasses from natural gas-fired boilers and cogeneration systems are transported by an exhaust fan to the greenhouse area. The flue gas is distributed within the greenhouses using PVC pipes and CO2 tubing.
The CO2 dosing systems are suitable ftransporting flue gas from natural gas fired boilers with a maximum temperature of 60°C.
The system consists of a stainless steel fan with a directly linked stainless steel impeller, a three-phase motand a stainless steel valve section. This valve section has two openings fflue gas and air supply and has been provided with an open / close servomotor.
The fan with valve section is built on a sturdy support frame and can be mounted on the float a specific height, fexample, on the flue gas condenser. A mounting set with support legs can be included in the delivery whendered in combination with a flue gas condenser.
A CO2 switch panel fthe control of the CO2 dosing system can be provided (separately). The switches fmultiple fans can be combined into a single switch panel. Other CO2 options, such as a CO detecta flue gas valve control can be added to the switch panel. The switches fthe CO2 system can also be built-in into the burner system switch panel.The switch panel has all control and safety equipment and is supplied based on the local safety rules.
CO2 Piping Layout Diagrams
Timfog can provide complete CO2 piping layout diagrams. We determine the most optimal piping route based on a dimensional sketch of the available greenhouse area. The pressure distribution over the total surface area that has to be dosed is optimised through distribution by the CO2 fan which is generally set up in the boiler room. Therefore, the required PVC piping will vary in length and diameter. The calculation program differentiates between main distribution piping and CO2 tubing which is placed among the plants. The diameter of the holes in the throttling plates varies and will be calculated by Timfog. Inder to perform the calculation correctly it is important to know both the type of crop as well as the dosage standard required (usually a value expressed in cubic meters gas per hectare).