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Three combustion modes of energy saving stove

2018-03-20 22:24:40

Three combustion modes of energy saving stove


1. Spontaneous combustion method of energy-saving stove. It is also called diffusion combustion, which is like our original wood stove and coal stove, and wildfires and so on belong to spontaneous combustion. It is a supplement to natural air. We all know that gas will not burn if it does not come into contact with air. A candle in a room without oxygen will not light.


2. Partial premixed combustion. It is the atmospheric type used in our current market, but part of the premixed combustion can only complete its basic combustion, it needs the supplement of secondary air to achieve normal combustion, but this combustion mode is vulnerable to external influences. Such as cloudy days, humidity, low air pressure will affect the normal combustion, especially when the wind blows, it will affect its normal combustion. We know that it's a flame type, and as soon as something is on it, it changes the direction it burns. So it has a lot of thermophysical losses. Since it cannot be completely mixed with air, it is certain that there will be insufficient combustion, there will be free carbon, that is, we call chemical heat loss. At present, because many businesses in the market are very competitive, the production of products are small, plus consumers do not understand, think that the bigger the fire, the better, they in order to vote for their good, do what large stove head and pressure regulator (regulator state expressly prohibited), test fire to consumers, in fact, not the bigger the fire the better, but according to their own needs, enough on the line. Just like we only need 10 watts of energy-saving lamps in the hall, but also very bright, can use 60 watts of ordinary lights, their brightness effect is the same. So now the large stove head, both waste gas and burning impermeable, the larger the fire of the stove head, the thicker the cover, the more insufficient oxygen supply. In foreign countries, they use a very small stove head 80-100, and the fire cover is also very thin, the thinner the fire, the more sufficient oxygen supply, the more sufficient gas combustion. Foreign people talk about environmental protection, health, especially health, this point pays special attention. Therefore, the larger the furnace head, the greater the heat loss, and the more inadequate the combustion. This is especially true when a pressure regulator is used. Because a lot of gas has not had time to fully burn, lost. Therefore, one is the waste of gas, and more importantly, due to inadequate combustion, a large number of harmful gases will be released. Your stomach is so big, you let it eat too much, it is not easy to digest, but also very uncomfortable. Therefore, when we choose cookware, suitable is the most reasonable.


3, fully premixed combustion. The so-called full premix is the 100% mixture of gas and air, and as long as it can achieve full premix, it will burn very fully. Infrared is used in this fully premixed combustion method. What is infrared? Infrared is actually what we know as solar energy. Like radio waves, they are electromagnetic waves within a certain wavelength. Since the German scientist Huxl first discovered infrared rays in 1800, infrared technology has been used in aviation, military, equipment and other technical fields. It is widely used in various fields such as daily life, such as drying, moisturizing, food baking, medical care, etc., especially the obvious effect achieved by using infrared ray has been recognized. Infrared wavelength is located between visible light and radio waves, the right amount of irradiation, not only harmless, but also health care.