THE NEW MP CERAMIC BURNER TIP

MULTIPORT FLAME RETAINING CERAMIC BURNER NOZZLE

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  • No flame walk off
  • Quick lightup
  • Rugged construction
  • Quiet
  • Efficient
  • Proven design

The multiport ceramic burner tip has been in use in the States for many years and is a high-quality, long-lasting sealed ceramic burner. The flame retention design allows for faster light-ups, saving time and energy and provides ultra-quiet operation without the high pitch whine or loud roaring rumble of some burner heads. Several options are available to enable the tip to be used with a permanent pilot, fully automatic lightup and full safety to satisfy local gas regulations. The MP tips are at home in many  industries including metal and glass melting and can be used on forced air or atmospheric controls. The MP burner tips are cast from 1900oC tabular alumina and are designed specifically for use with higher mixture pressures. The tips have been tested up to 2.2 kPa mixture pressure with various gasses and maintain a steady flame at all pressures. They can also be used with a wide range of air/gas ratios and have excellent turn-down characteristics.

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PART NUMBER

PIPE SIZE

"B"

"C"

"D"

PORT AREA SQ. MM

NET WEIGHT

MP150F

40mm BSP

140 mm

65 mm

100 mm

629 mm2

2.7 kg

MP150G

40mm BSP

140 mm

65 mm

100 mm

809 mm2

2.7 kg

MP200F

50mm BSP

146 mm

80 mm

127 mm

1076 mm2

3.6 kg

MP200G

50mm BSP

146 mm

80 mm

127 mm

1600 mm2

3.6 kg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAPACITY TABLE

PART NUMBER

MJ/HOUR AT VARIOUS MIXTURE PRESSURES 750 Pa 1250 Pa

MP150F

215 MJ

315 MJ

MP150G

285 MJ

400 MJ

MP200F

380 MJ

545 MJ

MP200G

450 MJ

700 MJ

 

Note: Atmospheric burners (not using forced air fans or blowers) can be expected to develop less than 750 Pa of mixture pressure however, as a guide, the MP150G develops approx. 220 MJ/Hour on a gas pressure of 100 kPa. Mixture pressure is not the same as the incoming gas pressure. The MP tips should only be used on an air/gas system or high (approx. 70 kPa and more) gas pressures.

 

 

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