Setting Up An Industrial Burner

If you’re looking to have an HHO gas burner for industrial use, there are some considerations you should keep in mind. The first thing is that your material will be hotter than with the more commonly used conventional types of burners. You’ll also want to consider the environment and how it will be utilized before deciding because in general, the higher efficiency with lower pollution is something that comes with a higher cost. You can find burners for industrial use that have similar efficiencies as the lower cost, lower efficiency types of boilers, including general-purpose and convection oven burners for general use in a commercial bakery or another industrial setting. It’s just a matter of finding the one that’s right for you.

If you’re going to use a gas burner in an environment that has a lot of moisture or a lot of heat, it’s best to go with a natural gas burner for the obvious reasons. If you do have to use a more powerful natural gas burner, you’ll need to check out what the EPA or other regulating agency says about emissions. The two most common types of regulation for gas flues are carbon monoxide and particulate emissions. Both can be hazardous if not regulated, so it’s a good idea to get this stuff taken care of as soon as possible.

One aspect of HHO generators is that you can get them in a variety of sizes, including portable units that work from the inside of buildings or in vehicles that will help to power the burner. There are a few options here, including making your own small holes in the walls of a building, but it might take more work and expense upfront. A better option is to buy a pre-fabricated unit that includes all of the necessary hardware and is easy to assemble and install. The best units include a flow control valve that will monitor the flow of gas, a supply hydrogen generator that produces energy from the heat inherent in hydrogen, and even a thermostatically controlled burner.