S1 Series

CB-8198
  • Min Gas Pressure: 9
  • Boiler Horsepower: 1,100 - 1,500
  • Input Capacity (MBH): 46,200 - 63,000
  • Oil Input (US GPH): 330 - 450
  • Turndown: Up to 6:1
  • Emissions (ppm NOx): Uncontrolled
  • Furnace Pressure: 8
  • Mode of Operation: Full Modulation
  • Fuel: Gas, Oil, Comb.
  • Parallel Positioning: Optional
  • 46.2 to 63.0 MMBTU/hr
  • 1,100 to 1,500 HP
  • Gas, #2/#6 oil and combination
  • Available to <30 PPM NOx

 

The ProFire® S1 series burners use a true forced-draft design to deliver rated capacities against a wide range of furnace pressures.

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  • C-B NT technology adaptable to all types of combustion chamber configurations
  • Top or bottom FGR connection option (LNS1 models only)
  • Air-atomizing, low-pressure oil nozzle with steam atomization optional
  • Parallel positioning is standard for optimal control throughout the firing range (NT models only)
  • Cam trim with 14-point adjustment range for consistent air/fuel ratios (S1/LNS1 models only)

 

The S1 series is suitable for firetube and watertube boiler applications. The standard S1 series offers natural gas, propane gas, air-atomized #2 or #6 oil and combination gas/oil fuel options from 46.2 to 63.0 MMBTU. The LNS1 series offers natural gas, propane gas, air-atomized #2 oil and combination gas/oil fuel options from 42.0 to 63.0 MMBTU to <30 ppm NOx. The NTS1 series offers natural gas, propane/air mix, air-atomized #2 oil and combination gas/oil fuel options from 33.0 to 63.0 MMBTU to <9 PPM NOxGas manifold on oil burners comes standard for easy upgrade to combination units. Easy access for maintenance is granted through hinged rear doors and burner access panels. A backward-curved impeller provides adequate combustion air for various furnace pressures. The FGR control valve insures proper metering of FGR for maximum NOx reduction; and the FGR shutoff valve is standard, which prevents combustible gases from returning to the combustion zone.

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