Winfield, Kan., – Webster Engineering & Manufacturing Co., LLC, is pleased to announce that they’ve signed a sub-license agreement with John Zink Company, LLC, of Tulsa, Okla., and Coen Company of Foster City, Calif., to utilize the Rapid Mix Burner (RMBTM) Ultra Low NOx emission technology patented* by URS Corporation.
‘Combining the demonstrated performance of the RMB technology with the industry proven performance of Webster burners will provide a robust solution for customers requiring Ultra Low NOx burner performance,” President of Webster Engineering Ted Wrona, said.
Webster will incorporate the RMB technology into their HD series of forced draft burners, designed for boilers and thermal fluid heaters and capable of firing a combination of gas, oil, renewable or alternative fuels. The RMB technology is capable of achieving sub 9ppm NOx levels and will be offered for Industrial Watertube boilers (up to 30,000 lbs/hr of steam), thermal heaters (up to 40,000,000 Btu/hr) and all size ranges of Firetube and Commercial Watertube boilers. Webster expects RMB deliveries to begin in the 3rd quarter of 2010.
Webster Engineering and Manufacturing, LLC, provides high value forced draft burners for commercial heating, institutional and industrial applications. Webster offers innovative combustion and control designs to utilize alternative and renewable fuels to reduce energy consumption and emissions. To learn more about Webster Engineering and Manufacturing Co., LLC, visit www.webster-engineering.com .
John Zink Company, LLC is a leading provider of advanced combustion systems and breakthrough technologies worldwide. John Zink branded products include JZ® flares, process burners, thermal oxidizers and vapor control systems; KALDAIR® flares; and KEU