97301 Waste Gas Burner

Shand & Jurs Biogas 97301 Waste Gas Burner PDF
  • High Performance Stoichiometric Pilot

  • Sizes 2" Through 12"

  • Burns High Flow, Low BTU "Wet" Methane

  • Stainless Steel Flame Area

  • Superior Pilot Wind Protection

  • Solid State Controls

  • Fully Automated Pilot: Continuous or Intermittent While Flaring

    Specification Inquiry

The Shand & Jurs Biogas 97301 Waste Gas Burner is specifically designed for dependable "Flaring" operation that utilizes low BTU anaerobic digester waste gases. Typical applications include anaerobic digesters, lagoons, landfills and methane offgas from other fermentation processes. The 97301 efficiently incinerates waste gases thus minimizing odors and VOC's.

Using a stoichiometric pilot ignition system, the 97301 is able to achieve a stable pilot flame. Air and pilot gas are combined and ignited at ground level, separate from the burner. This process gives the burner a controlled pilot flame with an ideal gas-to-air ratio.

A continuous or intermittent burning pilot in the flame area provides stable, controlled nonsmoking combustion to minimize odors and reduce hazardous emissions. Automatic controls and alarm outputs and automatic controls provide safe, reliable and simple operation.

Both manual and automatic ignition systems are incorporated. The automatic system provides remote ignition start capability with automatic monitoring. The remote signal is provided by dry contacts, typically from a SCADA system or a pressure switch installed in the bio-gas stream. Pilot status and flame failure alarms are also provided.

The 97301 utilizes stainless steel components that can withstand the severest of process environments. This candlestick flare is capable of withstanding a wind speed load of 150 mph and seismic zone 4 loads. The Shand & Jurs Biogas 97301 is specifically designed to combust unwanted biogases generated in fermentation processes like anaerobic digesters, lagoons, and municipal landfills. These gases are primarily methane with a high moisture content ( or "wet") and typically have low BTU values.

Standard system uses a PLC which can be directly wired to your SCADA system, or optionally connected through Ethernet. Relay Logic available.