This Airflow Balancing ADA (Air Distribution Analysis) is a tool available for analyzing and diagnosing burner airflow.
This Airflow Balancing ADA (Air Distribution Analysis) is a tool available for analyzing and diagnosing burner airflow. The technology uses actual data taken from burners, rather than information inferred from downstream data or drawn from simulated conditions. It makes use of massive data sets from over 2,400 readings per burner with data collected inside burner throats at the critical fuel/air interface.
The technique provides accurate pictures of users' gas fired burners' performance. This includes high, low and average velocities at each test point; the average velocity for all burners; the peak velocity for each burner; deviation of airflow from the average for each burner; and flagging of vortex eddies and blocked airflow that contribute to reduced airflow conditions. Test results are shown in numeric and three-dimensional graphic formats that help define the extent of perimeter loading problems and other airflow imbalance issues. Test results also show windbox distribution patterns, which can locate the origin of distribution concerns. Additional features include:
Results within hours
Measured airflow at critical fuel-air mixing interface in each burner
Minimizes CO emissions
Determines precisely where windbox or ducting airflow distribution problems originate
Reduces NOx emissions
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