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Weishaupt purflam® burners (16.5 - 40 kW)

Weishaupt purflam burners have remarkably low NOₓ and CO emissions. Furthermore, they are economical and very quiet in operation.

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The Weishaupt purflam burner Special mixing assembly for a pure flame

Weishaupt purflam® burners have remarkably low NOₓ and CO emissions. Furthermore, they are economical and very quiet in operation.

 

Particularly low emissions: The purflam® burner's unique technology allows it to combust oil so cleanly that no smoke is generated, and its NOₓ emissions,at 70 - 90 mg/kWh, are considerably below the legal limits.

Well-thought-out technology: Purflam® burners are equipped with digital combustion management and operate fully automatically. Powerful microprocessors continually monitor and control the combustion process, enabling a high degree of efficiency to be achieved. The W-ZG01 ingnition unit used on all Weishaupt compact burners is extremely energy efficient.

Highly vesatile: Purflam® burners are available in five rating sizes from 16.5 kW to 40 kW.

Special mixing assembly: Weishaupt purflam® technology virtually gasifies the atomised oil mist ready for combustion. This homogenous mixture of oil and air burns with a blue flame and almost no harmful emissions.

Long service life: There are many years of experience and development behind Weishaupt's purflam® technology. Only the best quality materials are used in manufacture.

Modern fuels: Weishaupt oil and dual-fuel burners are generally suitable for use with light fuel oil EL and low-sulphur light fuel oil EL to DIN 51603-1, light fuel oil EL/bio-oil blends (up to 10 % bio-oil) per DIN 51603-6, and light fuel oil EL A Bio 5 and 10.

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Weishaupt purflam® burners up to 40 kW
Weishaupt purflam® burners up to 40 kW
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