Designed for maximum flexibility of fuel type and flame shape. The primary fuel is typically pulverized coal or coal+coke, with the option to burn natural gas or fuel oil. Either natural gas or fuel oil can be ignited directly by the integral ignition system. Typically, natural gas or fuel oil is be used to heat up the rotary kiln and then ignite the coal flame, but either may be used to fire the kiln up to full operating capacity if desired.
Burner design features include single or dual primary air path, dual (axial and radial) natural gas paths, easily changeable fuel oil nozzle, adjustable fuel nozzle to primary air nozzle relationship, and easily adjustable burner mount and primary air flow.