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DF (Air forced)

Gas forge burner (air forced) DF is intended for large forges and furnaces. It reaches the welding temperature in all large forges and melting temperature in large furnaces. It’s an excellent choice for professional use!

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$ 140.00

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Burner Nozzle is a stepped nozzle made of 304 stainless steel for higher efficiency and longer life (Burner Nozzle’s diameter is 38.2 mm). The forced air burner runs much hotter, heats faster, and allows you to adjust air to gas ratio for optimal heat and gas usage. The forced air burner is simple, it can be hooked up to any air compressor and by opening the ball valve adjusts the air to gas ratio creating a super hot flame. It also reduced fuel consumption and heating time.

Forced burner reach 307.884 BTU out put on 25 PSI !!!


Graphic Explanation:

ODC (orifice discharge coefficient) : gas jet will flow 68% of the gas that a perfect orifice would flow.

BTU/Hr-KW/H: burner power.

PSI – ATM: gas pressure from gas pressure regulator.

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Calculation Table

DF (forced)          
PSI ATM BTU/H lbs/h KW/h Kg/h
1 0,07 61.577 2,85 18,04632 1,29
2 0,14 87.083 4,03 25,52136 1,83
3 0,20 106.654 4,94 31,25715 2,24
4 0,27 123.154 5,70 36,09265 2,59
5 0,34 137.690 6,38 40,35281 2,89
6 0,41 129.284 5,99 37,88939 2,72
7 0,48 162.917 7,55 47,74609 3,42
8 0,54 174.166 8,07 51,04271 3,66
9 0,61 184.731 8,56 54,13897 3,88
10 0,68 194.723 9,02 57,06749 4,09
15 1,02 238.486 11,05 69,89311 5,01
20 1,36 275.380 12,75 80,70562 5,79
25 1,70 307.884 14,26 90,23162 6,47
30 2,04 337.270 15,62 98,84379 7,09
35 2,38 364.293 16,87 106,7635 7,65
40 2,72 389.446 18,04 114,135 8,18

Table Explanation:

DFP 1.0: Burner type and hole diameter in stainless steel tube. 
ATM: Gas pressure from gas pressure regulator (in Atmospheres). 1ATM - 1.01Bar - 14.5PSI
PSI: Gas pressure from gas pressure regulator (in Pounds per square inch). 1PSI - 0.06ATM - 0.068Bar
BTU/Hr: British thermal unit per hour. 1 BTU/hr = 0.00029307107 kW
LBS/Hr: Pounds per hour. 1 lbs = 0.45359237 kilograms
Kg/Hr: Kilogram per hour. 1 kilogram = 2.20462262 lbs
KW/Hr: Kilowatt per hour. 1 kW/Hr = 3412.142 BTU/Hr