Process heaters

Solutions for oxy-fuel firing for process heaters.

Oxygen enrichment in fired heaters

Oxygen can also be applied to boost heating, which translates into fuel-saving and a significant reduction of NOx emissions. We can provide oxygen in two ways -intermittent or continuous.

Our solution
In Nippon Gases we havea wide experience in the refining industry all over the world. With our help, you can improve the throughput of your units and reduce emissions.
We design and tailor systems, with and for our customers, to satisfy their specific needs. Only this way, we can help maximise both yield and production, manage to reach both their operational and environmental goal. We offer a wide range of solutions, from standard combustion air enrichment, to oxygen lancing and low NOx oxy-fuel burners.
Oxygen in fired heaters can increase the throughput and efficiency in most cases.

Process analysis

We analyse each case in detail to ensure the best results in terms of production and products with excellent quality.

At Nippon Gases, we help optimise all steps of the process.
Do you still have questions?
At Nippon Gases we are called “The Gas Professionals” for a reason, and it’s because we’ll be able to solve any doubt.
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