Sabaf’s Research and Development department has developed a new generation of burners, the Series III range. According to the company, the design principles of the new burner range primarily focus on optimizing consumption and maximizing reduction of environmental emission hazards. The company’s current burners provide for an average efficiency (the actual calorific value of the gas being burned) of 55 percent, with carbon monoxide emission values that meet standard regulation requirements. Sabaf laboratory tests of the Series III burners, however, have resulted in efficiency values amounting to 65 percent, with an increase of more than 18 percent compared to current average values. This means that boiling 10 L of water will require less time and gas consumption, with a significant reduction of polluting substances, the company says.
In addition, burner power has increased 15 to 20 percent on same overall burner diameter. The minimum and maximum power ratio for each single burner has also been increased, providing flexibility. The Series III burners furthermore provide for an increased upward inclination of the flames compared to current burners, resulting in a more horizontal-oriented flame exit. This is said to enable use of smaller pans on higher-power burners. Flames are also present over the entire burner circumference, enabling complete freedom in the support grates positioning.
Intel 2005, an international trade show sponsored by Fiera Milano Tech and Italy’s Fedeazione ANIE trade association, is set to take place May 17-21, 2005 in Milan, Italy at the Fiera Milano grounds.
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