Density trim system

The Temp-A-Trim air density trim system from Webster Engineering can reduce fuel costs 3% by efficiently managing the fuel/air ratio in industrial and commercial burners. The system automatically varies burner fan speed to achieve a constant mass airflow and maintains optimal combustion efficiency in the burner, regardless of the air temperature.

06/01/2008


The Temp-A-Trim air density trim system from Webster Engineering can reduce fuel costs 3% by efficiently managing the fuel/air ratio in industrial and commercial burners. The system automatically varies burner fan speed to achieve a constant mass airflow and maintains optimal combustion efficiency in the burner, regardless of the air temperature. The unit also reduces noise levels in boiler rooms, and is compatible with linkage or linkage-less controls.

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