Honeywell Maxon APX® Natural Gas Nozzle-Mix Line Burner

MAXON APX® natural gas burners are packaged nozzle-mixing line burners designed for fresh or low temperature re-circulated air heating applications. The APX industrial burner is a value engineered design using a single aluminum extrusion for both its air and fuel manifolds.

Its single-piece, jointless body design provides standard straight gas burners up to 40 feet (12 meters), H-shaped burners, and grid shaped burners engineered to your specification. APX burner construction provides years of maintenance free operation and lower cost of ownership than any other alternative.

Key Specifications

  • Ideal for use in oven burners, paper mill dryers, and solution heating and finishing systems
  • Up to 1.0 MMBtu/h per foot; Up to 40:1 turndown ratio
  • Nozzle-mixing line burner for low pressure natural gas, propane, and butane
  • Single-piece aluminum extrusion body design eliminates leakage
  • Independent of variable process air flows (in-duct applications)
  • Corrosion-resistant gas/air body and durable stainless steel mixing plates
  • Packaged units up to 15 foot in length

Specifications, Manuals, and Supporting Literature

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