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Honeywell Maxon UNI-RAD® Gas-Fired Radiant Tube Burner System

Maxon's UNI-RAD® gas-fired radiant tube burner produces an extremely stable and luminous flame that maximizes heat transfer throughout radiant tube furnaces. Flame ignition is maintained by a continuous spark system that ensures ignition each and every time without the use of fragile, porcelain igniters.

This patented ignition system enables UNI-RAD to pulse fire radiant tubes producing longer tube lives for reduced furnace ownership expense. Options allow the UNI-RAD to operate with preheated combustion air to 1200°F (650°C) to reduce your fuel consumption and operational expenses.

Key Specifications

  • Radiant tube burner for fuel gas inputs
  • Flame length is adjustable by changing combustion air-to-ignition ratios, producing optimum tube temperature uniformity over a wide range of firing rates and preheated air temperatures
  • Suitable for use on positive and negative pressure tubes, and electrified radiant tubes
  • Patented continuous plasma spark provides instantaneous ignition, so burner can operate from the DAT output of a PID control loop
  • Can be used in conjunction with UV flame supervision equipment
  • Ideal for heat treat and furnace burners, preheated combustion air, and steel mill applications

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