Honeywell Eclipse mixer AirJector
AirJector uses compressed air to entrain larger volumes of ambient air for combustion systems. The Airjector is useful when the operation of the combustion equipment is intermittent or air requirements are very small. A blower is the recommendation for constant operation.
Manual temperature control is successful by a needle valve in the compressed air line. Automatic control can be possible by installing a solenoid valve to provide “on-off” control, while a solenoid valve with adjustable bypass will give “hi-lo” burner control.
Typical Types of Atmospheric Injector for Butane-Air, Carburetted Water, Coke Oven, and Coke Oven-Water. In addition Low Medium and High Natural Gas, Natural Gas-Mfd, and Propane.
Pressures: 2 oz to 4 psi (8.6 to 276 mbar) of air and 4 “WC to 16 oz (10 to 69 mbar) of gas.
Key attributes: mix air and any commercially available fuel gas. Deliver the mixture at low pressure to open or sealed pre-mix type gas burners. Single-valve control eliminates the need for the operator to regulate both the gas and air ratios. Offer fuel savings by eliminating inevitable efficiency losses due to manually adjusting both the gas and air valves on a burner.
Eclipse has a variety of air and gas mixers to select from: ATJ, LP, Tee and Vari-set – see the Technical Documentation tab.
Ask us for engineering or product support, and which is best for your application.