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Peter J Loftus, Charles E Benson, Roberto O Pellizzari, Richard R Martin: Ultra low emissions burner. Gas Research Institute, Factor and Shaftal, December 28, 1999: US06007325 (34 worldwide citation)

A gas fired burner is provided for use in applications such as chemical process furnaces for process heaters in refineries and chemical plants, and the like. The burner is provided with a plurality of fuel gas inlets for enabling manipulation of the flame shape and combustion characteristics of the ...


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Andrew J Syska, Janos M Beer, Majed A Togan, Donald P Moreland, Charles E Benson: Staged air, recirculating flue gas low NO.sub.x burner. Gas Research Institute, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, December 14, 1993: US05269679 (31 worldwide citation)

A gas-fired burner incorporating an air driven jet pump for mixing air, fuel, and recirculated flue gas is disclosed. The burner is configured for the staged introduction of combustion air to provide a fuel-rich combustion zone and a fuel-lean combustion zone. The burner achieves reduced NO.sub.x em ...


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Peter J Loftus, Charles E Benson, Roberto O Pellizzari, Richard R Martin: Variable heat flux low emissions burner. Gas Research, Factor and Shaftal, November 30, 1999: US05993193 (26 worldwide citation)

A gas fired burner is provided for use in applications such as chemical process furnaces for process heaters in refineries and chemical plants, and the like. The burner is provided with a plurality of fuel gas inlets for enabling manipulation of the flame shape and combustion characteristics of the ...


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Peter J Loftus, Charles E Benson, Roberto O Pellizzari, Richard R Martin: Low emissions surface combustion pilot and flame holder. Gas Research Institute, Factor and Shaftal, November 16, 1999: US05984665 (22 worldwide citation)

A gas fired burner is provided for use in applications such as chemical process furnaces for process heaters in refineries and chemical plants, and the like. The burner is provided with a plurality of fuel gas inlets for enabling manipulation of the flame shape and combustion characteristics of the ...


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Charles E Benson, Peter J Loftus, Robert Cole, William A Wiener: Burner apparatus for reducing nitrogen oxides. Gas Research Institute, Speckman Pauley & Fejer, June 10, 1997: US05636977 (13 worldwide citation)

A burner apparatus and method for reducing nitrogen oxides that are formed during combustion of gaseous fuel. Primary gaseous fuel and excess oxidant are premixed to form a fuel/oxidant mixture which is introduced into and combusted within a primary combustion zone. Primary combustion products are i ...


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Charles E Benson, Peter J Loftus, Robert Cole, William A Wiener: Method for reducing nitrogen oxides. Gas Research Institute, Speckman Pauley & Fejer, November 12, 1996: US05573391 (9 worldwide citation)

A burner apparatus and method for reducing nitrogen oxides that are formed during combustion of gaseous fuel. Primary gaseous fuel and excess oxidant are premixed to form a fuel/oxidant mixture which is introduced into and combusted within a primary combustion zone. Primary combustion products are i ...


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Charles E Benson, Roberto O Pellizzari, Peter J Loftus, Dennis L Juedes, Richard R Martin, Earl Ray Wade, Paul M Rodden: Method and apparatus for heating a furnace. McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff, January 6, 2004: US06672858 (5 worldwide citation)

An improved process for heating furnaces using a burner design that produces very low level of undesirable nitrogen oxides is provided. The process recirculates a large volume of furnaces gases back to the burner where it is mixed with fuel gas in a plurality of recirculation ports prior to combusti ...


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Karen R Benedek, Charles E Benson, Philip C Carbone: Process and apparatus for low NO.sub.x staged-air combustion. Gas Research Institute, Speckman Pauley & Fejer, October 28, 1997: US05681159 (3 worldwide citation)

A process and apparatus for combustion of fuel which results in reduction of nitrogen oxides and carbon monoxides emissions. Fuel and primary air are preferably premixed and introduced into a combustion chamber. Secondary air is introduced through a plurality of secondary air ports which are positio ...


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Philip C Carbone, Karen R Benedek, Stephan E Schmidt, Charles E Benson: Apparatus for low NO.sub.x, rapid mix combustion. Gas Research Institute, Pauley Petersen Kinne & Fejer, June 6, 2000: US06071115 (2 worldwide citation)

A process and apparatus for combusting fuel which results in reduction of nitrogen oxides and carbon monoxides emissions. Fuel and primary air are preferably premixed and introduced into a combustion chamber. Secondary air is introduced through a plurality of secondary air ports, each preferably sha ...


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Darton J Zink, Rex K Isaacs, A S, Charles E Benson, Roberto O Pellizzari, Cody L Little, Seth A Marty, K Parker Imel, Jonathon E Barnes, Chris S Parker: Fuel-flexible burner apparatus and method for fired heaters. ZEECO, Dennis D Brown, Brown Patent Law P L L C, March 14, 2017: US09593847

A burner apparatus for a fired heating system and a method of burner operation. The burner provides stable operation when burning gas fuels having heating values ranging from low to high and accommodates sudden wide changes in the Wobbe value of the fuel delivered to the burner. The burner apparatus ...



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