OXY-THERM TITAN ® ™
OXY-THERM® TITAN™ oxy-fuel burner
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OXY-THERM® TITAN™
Compact flame oxy-fuel burner
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High temperature oxy-fuel flame reduces fuel consumption
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Sealed, self-cooling design minimizes air infiltration and maintenance
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Wide variety of capacities and large turndown ratio (8:1) provide precise process temperature
control
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Compact flame geometry for easy integration in most processes
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Clean combustion with any fuel gas
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Ignition flexibility with air or oxygen pilots
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Typical applications include ladle heating, reheat furnaces, rotary hearths, forge furnaces,
reaction furnaces, and any high temperature, sealed process
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Maxon reserves the right to alter specifications and data without prior notice.
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OXY-THERM® TITAN™ oxy-fuel burner
Product description
The OXY-THERM® TITAN™ burner provides a more compact flame profile than other OXY-THERM® burners. Its flame length and
mounting design make it ideal for applications requiring higher capacities in vertical fired applications requiring a “down-fired”
mounting such as ladle preheating. It is also an excellent burner for rotary melters, waste incinerators and process heaters.
Oxygen enters the burner housing and exits around the fuel nozzle where it mixes with the fuel. The oxygen-fuel flame discharges
through the refractory block throat and develops a tightly wrapped compact flame pattern.
1
2
3
1) Block
2) Block gasket
3) Housing gasket
4
5
4) Housing
5) Nozzle
9
6) Air-fuel pilot
7) Oxy-fuel pilot
8) Oxy-fuel pilot bushing
9) Fuel inlet
10
10) Oxygen inlet
8
6
7
Available OXY-THERM® TITAN™ sizes
OXY-THERM® TITAN™ burners are available in two sizes: 1-1/2” and 2”. Each size may be customized to your capacity needs.
Standard refractory block material is suitable for furnace temperatures up to 3000°F. Optional materials for more challenging
environments are available upon request.
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OXY-THERM® TITAN™ oxy-fuel burner
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Dimensions and weights
E
A
1) 1/4” NPT combustion
oxygen pressure tap
F
B
2) Fuel gas inlet
G
C
1
3) 3/8” NPT gas inlet
4) 3/8” NPT air inlet
2
3
5) 3” NPT combustion
oxygen inlet
6) 1/4” NPT fuel gas
pressure tap
J
D
7) 3/4” NPT coupling
location for optional
flame sensing device
H
4
5
7
6
NOTE: Burner is displayed with an air-gas pilot. An oxygen-fuel pilot is available. Refer to “Specifications of OXY-THERM®
TITAN™ Burners” for more information.
Dimensions in inches unless stated otherwise
Burner size
1-1/2”
2”
A
26.68
29.5
B
9.06
9.06
C
17.62
20.44
Burner part
1-1/2” burner assembly [1]
2” burner assembly [1]
1-1/2” burner block
2” burner block
DØ
15.5
15.5
Weight lbs
185
195
125
115
[1] Assembly includes the burner block
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E
18.0
18.0
F
13.2
13.7
G
9.0
9.0
H
18.0
18.0
JØ
1-1/2”
2”
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OXY-THERM® TITAN™ oxy-fuel burner
Typical emissions
Exact emissions performance may vary in your application. Contact MAXON for information on installation specific estimates. No
guarantee of emissions is intended or implied.
Read “Specifications of OXY-THERM® TITAN™ burners” for more detailed information on OXY-THERM® TITAN™ burners.
w w w . m a x o n c o r p . c o m
combustion systems for industry
Maxon reserves the right to alter specifications and data without prior notice.
© 2009 Copyright Maxon Corporation. All rights reserved.
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