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Design Guide 330
11/15/2016
Eclipse ImmersoJet
Burner
IJ Series
Version 3

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  • Page 1 Design Guide 330 11/15/2016 Eclipse ImmersoJet Burner IJ Series Version 3...
  • Page 2 Copyright consequential, including but not limited to loss of use, income, or damage to material arising in connection with Copyright 2005 by Eclipse, Inc. All rights reserved the sale, installation, use of, inability to use, or the repair worldwide. This publication is protected by federal or replacement of Eclipse’s products.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents 1 Introduction..........................4 Product Description ......................4 Features ..........................4 Audience ..........................4 Purpose ..........................4 ImmersoJet Documents ....................... 4 Related Documents......................4 2 Safety............................5 Warnings ..........................5 Capabilities........................... 5 Operator Training ......................... 5 Replacement Parts....................... 5 3 System Design........................
  • Page 4: Introduction

    Introduction Product Description Audience This manual has been written for personnel already The ImmersoJet burner is a nozzle-mix, tube-firing burner familiar with all aspects of an immersion burner and its that is designed to fire at high velocities through small add-on components, also referred to as the burner diameter immersion tubes.
  • Page 5: Safety

    Safety Important notices which help provide safe burner operation will be found in this section. To avoid personal NOTICE injury and damage to the property or facility, the following warnings must be observed. All involved personnel should ■ This manual gives information for the use of these read this entire manual carefully before attempting to start burners for their specific design purpose.
  • Page 6: System Design

    System Design Design Calculate the Gross Burner Input The design process is divided into the following steps: Use this formula to calculate gross burner input in Btu/h: 1. Burner Model Selection net output to tank = gross burner input • Determine net input required for the tank or process tube efficiency •...
  • Page 7: Step 2: Tube Design

    Iron Phosphate Solutions Highly Viscous Liquids These are susceptible to the same problem described All immersion systems depend on natural convection above for zinc phosphate solutions. To reduce early tube currents to carry heat away from the tube and throughout failure, make the immersion tube with stainless steel.
  • Page 8 See area enlarged below 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 4,000 4,500 5,000 5,500 6,000 6,500 7,000 7,500 8,000 Heat Transfer To Tank, Btu/h (x 1000) 1,025 1,171 1,318 1,464 1,611 1,757 1,903 2,050 2,196 2,343 Heat Transfer To Tank, kW Figure 3.1.
  • Page 9: Step 3: Control System

    Stack Draft Breaking Hood Dilution Air Figure 3.4. Efficiencies less than 80% Tube Exhaust Figure 3.3. Draft Breaking Hood Stack - Twice Tube A draft breaking hood is an open connection between the Diameter heater tube exhaust and the exhaust stack. It allows fresh dilution air to pass into the exhaust and mix with the exhaust gases.
  • Page 10: Step 4: Ignition System

    Step 4: Ignition System Components  Automatic butterfly valve For the ignition system you should use: • 6000 VAC transformers  Ratio regulator: varies gas flow to burner in • full wave spark transformers proportion to air flow. • one transformer per burner ...
  • Page 11: Step 6: Combustion Air System

    You can find flame rod information in Bulletin 832 and • 29.92” Hg (1,013 mbar) Information Guide 832. • 70ºF (21ºC) The make-up of the air is different above sea level or in a hot area. The density of the air decreases, and as a result, the outlet pressure and the flow of the blower decrease.
  • Page 12 Combustion air blowers are normally rated in terms of Btu/h) have sufficient capacity. this example, the designer selects the 4” tube standard cubic feet per hour (scfh) of air. because his tank size limits the amount of the larger 6” tube that will fit. An example calculation follows the information tables •...
  • Page 13: Step 7: Main Gas Shut-off Valve Train

    Step 7: Main Gas Shut-Off Valve Train Consult Eclipse Eclipse can help you design and obtain a main gas shut- off valve train that complies with the current safety standards. The shut-off valve train must comply with all the local safety standards set by the authorities that have jurisdiction.
  • Page 14: Appendix

    Appendix Conversion Factors Metric to English From Multiply By actual cubic meter/h (am³/h) actual cubic foot/h (acfh) 35.31 normal cubic meter/h (Nm³/h) standard cubic foot /h (scfh) 38.04 degrees Celsius (°C) degrees Fahrenheit (°F) (°C x 9/5) + 32 kilogram (kg) pound (lb) 2.205 kilowatt (kW)
  • Page 15 System Schematics Bulletin/ Symbol Appearance Name Remarks Info Guide ImmersoJet burner Main Gas Main Gas Eclipse Combustion, Inc. strongly endorses Shut-Off Shut-Off NFPA as a minimum. Valve Valve Train Train The combustion air blower provides the Combustion air blower combustion air to the burner(s). A switch activated by rise or fall in pressure.
  • Page 16 Bulletin/ Symbol Appearance Name Remarks Info Guide A ratio regulator is used to control the air/gas ratio. The ratio regulator is a sealed unit that adjusts the gas flow in ratio with the air flow. To do this, it measures the air pressure with a pressure sensing line, the impulse line.
  • Page 17 © 2016 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved...

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