Cleaver-Brooks | NATCOM Custom Burner

NATCOM NXT Burner System


  • For new boilers or retrofit applications
  • precisely designed using CFD modeling
  • Well equipped with advanced NATCOM design features
  • Available to < 30 ppm NOx, < 50 ppm CO
  • 48 to 109 MMBTU

NATCOM’s NXT burner is a unique packaged burner system for new boilers and retrofit markets. These burners use advanced CFD modeling, and are equipped with advanced NATCOM design features, including precisely drilled gas injectors, Class-III igniters, non-refractory throat, integral flow element and silencer, atomizers with coupling block valves, industrial-grade pneumatic actuators, and 4-20mA positioners, windbox mounted trains and controls.

The NXT product line features heavy-duty fan construction to reduce noise and prolong equipment life, a windbox-mounted control panel with swing-away capability for shipment clearance, a custom control system in single-point, parallel, or fully metered configuration, a precise, rugged CAMLINK™ system for single-point positioning, high turndown, O2 trim control, easy access, windbox-mounted fuel trains built per ASME B31.3, and compact arrangement with integrated air flow element and silencer. In addition, the NXT product line meets all NFPA 85 and CSA B149.3 guidelines and standards.


  • Large capacity
  • Stand-alone burner and windbox arrangements
  • Air-handling equipment package
  • Rack-mounted fuel trains (optional)
  • Control system with fully metered CCS


  • Lower Fuel Cost
  • Lower Emissions


  • Process Steam
  • Industrial Process
  • Building Heat
  • Sterilization
  • Humidification
  • Waste Heat Recovery
  • Hospital and Healthcare
  • Power and Utilities
  • Refineries and Petrochemical

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