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ProFire®-V Series

Forced Draft Burner

  • 1.3 to 16.8 MMBTU input range
  • 31 to 400 HP
  • Gas, oil, and combination
  • Available to <30 ppm NOx

The ProFire-V series burners boast an aerodynamic air-damper design which permits accurate air-to-fuel settings for maximum combustion efficiency. 

Suitable for firetube, watertube, firebox and cast iron boilers, the standard V series offers natural gas, propane gas, pressure atomized #2 oil and combination gas/oil fuel options from 1.3 to 16.8 MMBTU. The low NOx V series offers natural gas, propane gas, pressure atomized #2 oil, and combination gas/oil fuel options from 1.3 to 14.7 MMBTU. Using advanced technology, the V series offers high turndown up to 10:1 on natural gas and low emission capability with turndown up to 5:1. 

The forced-draft design provides clean and efficient combustion. Design features also include a top- or rear-mount panel option, Induced FGR (Flue Gas Recirculation), an FGR modulating valve, and No. 2 oil capability for backup fuel.


  • Up to 10:1 turndown on natural gas for Standard V models
  • Up to 5:1 turndown on natural gas for LNV models
  • Unique air-damper design features a dual-blade configuration offering precise control of combustion air flow throughout the entire firing range
  • Cam trim option with 14-point adjustment range for consistent air/fuel ratios
  • UL/cUL listed

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  • Lower Fuel Cost
  • Lower Emissions


  • Process Steam
  • Industrial Process
  • Building Heat
  • Hospital and Healthcare
  • Laundry and Dry Cleaning

Case Study

Burner Retrofit Options to Increase Efficiency and Reduce Emissions

If your boiler/burner (package) is like more than 200,000 commercial and industrial boiler packages in operation today, then it’s more than 20 years old. Which means it’s probably only 60 to 70 percent efficient and large amounts of fuel and associated cash are simply being wasted every minute the equipment is being operated.