cage showing mounting,
mixer, and UV scanner
Inc. Designs and manufactures immersion tanks for cleaning,
phosphating, rinsing, and stripping. Immersion units are generally
heated using atmospheric burners firing into a tube, or with steam
Immersion tubes are installed vertically in
the tank, with a partial partition to cause circulation and
agitation over the partition.
burners offer a lower cost alternative to the blower type pressure
burners. Some burner manufacturers are trying to get away from
atmospheric units. Bintzler has had to begin assembling burners
from component parts. The cage shown is manufactured by us to fill a
void left by burner companies. This cage is available to
replace existing units in the field when required. It is also
available for incorporation into new assemblies. The cage is
fabricated from steel, or stainless steel. Collars and pipe nipples
for mounting pilot burners, flame rods, or UV scanners are included.
These will not crack or break like units cast from aluminum.
located under a
In some situations, it is more advantageous to
use burners shaped in a ring, or drilled orifice pipe burners. These
units are designed to be placed under a tank.
Units such as these are used when tank size
does not allow room for a heating tube inside the tank either
vertically against one side, or horizontally along the tank bottom.
As shown, the pipe burners are positioned
under a formed cavity in the tank bottom. This method gives the
flame more surface area with which to heat the solution.
A simple safety
designs complete assemblies. This includes the burner of the proper
capacity to compensate for heat losses in the solution. These can be
from spray losses, evaporative losses, or losses from the amount of
material passing through the system.
As well as the burner, the pilot,
valve train, and safety equipment are all part of the working burner
These burners can be set up in a
variety of ways. One is to use an On/Off arrangement.
When the temperature control call for heat, the main flame is
burning. When not, only the pilot flame is lit.
Another method is to use a High/Low
fire arrangement. With this method, a third safety valve is used,
with a by-pass around it for low fire.
A third method is to modulate the
burner flame. This uses a special temperature controller with a
modulating motor operating a butterfly valve in the main gas line.
Control Panel with
IEC starters, PLC logic
and Panelview operation
Additionally, all of the above burner and safety valve train
assemblies require controls. Bintzler Inc. designs control / wiring
packages for every piece of equipment manufactured.
Sometimes Programmable Logic Controls
are required. PLC controls have an infinite number of relay and
timer contacts. They can be programmed, and reprogrammed over
and over. Most are expandable, with the ability to accept
numerous changes and additions.
When equipment is less complicated, simple timer/relay controls
are usually sufficient, and less costly. Bintzler Inc. works with
our customers to determine what their needs are, and the best way to
fill those needs.
#1 goal is to best serve our customers."
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