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John Smith Zink, Hershel E Goodnight: Low nox burner. John Zink Company, Head Johnson & Chafin, January 25, 1977: US04004875 (88 worldwide citation)

An improved burner for both liquid and gaseous fuels in which the combustion air is divided into at least two parts, comprising primary and secondary air. The primary air, which is insufficient to completely burn the fuel, creates a flame zone in which there is a deficiency of air, which produces qu ...


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Robert D Reed, Richard R Martin, Hershel E Goodnight: Low NOX burner. John Zink Company, Head & Johnson, August 31, 1982: US04347052 (45 worldwide citation)

A fluid fuel burner system for minimum production of NOX under varying rates of fuel firing and varying rates of combustion air or oxidant supply, which comprises a fuel burner including means for burning liquid and gaseous fuel. Liquid fuels are burned in an axial burner tube, and the gaseous fuels ...


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Robert D Reed, Hershel E Goodnight, Richard R Martin: Burner for reduced NOx emission and control of flame spread and length. John Zink Company, Head Johnson & Chafin, January 20, 1981: US04245980 (26 worldwide citation)

A burner for reduced NOx emission and also for the control of the shape of the flame as regards its length and spread, comprises a first combustion zone, which is contained within a cylindrical chamber lined with refractory material. A burner tube is inserted through an opening in the upstream end o ...


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Robert D Reed, John Smith Zink, Hershel E Goodnight: Noiseless pms burner. John Zink Company, Head Johnson and Chafin, February 24, 1976: US03940234 (24 worldwide citation)

A noiseless premix burner comprising a cylindrical housing which is attached to the outer covering of the furnace wall, and closed at its opposite end by a closure plate which supports a concentric burner tube which extends from the closure plate through an opening in the furnace wall to the interio ...


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Earl W Schnell, Hershel E Goodnight, Dale A Nickeson, Richard T Waibel: Duct burner apparatus. John Zink Company, Laney Dougherty Hessin & Beavers, April 12, 1988: US04737100 (13 worldwide citation)

A duct burner apparatus and method for burning a gaseous fuel in the presence of a flowing oxygen-containing gas stream is provided. The apparatus comprises fuel gas supply means positioned in the path of the oxygen-containing gas stream and at least one elongated baffle means spaced from the condui ...


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Robert D Reed, Hershel E Goodnight: Method to mix liquid fuels with diluent gas for a gaseous fuel burner. John Zink Company, Head Johnson & Chafin, April 10, 1979: US04148599 (11 worldwide citation)

Apparatus to burn liquid fuels in a gaseous fuel burner, which includes preparatory apparatus for the atomization of liquid fuel oil preferably by a diluent gas, and the heating of the fuel droplets and diluent gas so as to completely vaporize the liquid fuel. If atomization is by other means, dilue ...


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Robert D Reed, Richard R Martin, Hershel E Goodnight: Steam injection to zone of onset of combustion in fuel burner. John Zink Company, Head Johnson & Chafin, May 1, 1979: US04152108 (9 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for burning gaseous and liquid fuels in a furnace, to retard formation of NO.sub.x, comprising a fuel tube of selected length and diameter, closed at the end which is inserted into a combustion zone. There are a plurality of ports drilled in the closed end of the fuel tube, the axes of whi ...


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Robert D Reed, Hershel E Goodnight, Vern A Street: Draft tell-tale for fired furnaces. John Zink Company, Head Johnson & Chafin, July 25, 1978: US04102627 (8 worldwide citation)

In a fired furnace system having a convection section, and in which control a furnace draft is vital to both fuel conservation and avoidance of furnace damage, apparatus for monitoring the pressure conditions (draft) inside the furnace comprises a first pressure sensor means positioned at the arch ( ...


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Hershel E Goodnight, Kurt S Jaeger, Richard R Martin: Thin and flat flame burner. John Zink Company, Head & Johnson, December 9, 1980: US04237858 (7 worldwide citation)

A gas burner system for providing a thin, flat flame for use in a long narrow combustion space, has a first air supply plenum which has a long narrow rectangular cross-section, which is placed above a second plenum or combustion chamber of substantially the same cross-section. At the junction betwee ...


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Hershel E Goodnight, Kurt S Jaeger: Premix burner system for low BTU gas fuel. John Zink Company, Head and Johnson, August 4, 1981: US04281983 (7 worldwide citation)

A premix-type gaseous fuel burning system for alternate or simultaneous combustion of low BTU gas and normal BTU gas comprises a gas supply means for providing both high BTU gas and low BTU gas at selected substantial velocity, and a burner tube for receiving said gas, whereby primary air is inducte ...