Babington Burner Specifications

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  • Automatic ignition via electrodes
  • Flame sensor for reignition
  • Cleanable burner nozzle
  • Overall logic:
    • on-board oil preheat via resistive heating coil, toggle
    • Valve for turning on air supply
    • Valve for turning on oil supply
    • Logic of flame sensor is flame sensor on/off switch
    • Flame sensor informs spark igniter to fire
  • Quick disconnect, cleanable oil line
  • Separate oil tank with quick disconnect
  • Scalable via utilization of multiple holes or selectable nozzles
    • Scalability via
  • Pilot light for immediate ignition
  • Quick connect to compressed air supply
  • Quick connect to oil supply
  • 1 kW to 1000 kW thermal output
  • Designed for both Horizontal and vertical operation
  • Clog-free nozzle (from internal impurities, not those in oil)
  • Smokeless, optimized ignition
  • Single or multiple nozzle toggle
  • Does not have a built-in compressor in initial prototype, but does have mounting for an optional compressor
    • Small, optional compressor is specified