Waste Gas Burner-Flame Front Ignition Technology

Model 8392B

Waste Gas Burner-Flame Front Ignition Technology

The Groth Model 8392B Waste Gas Burner features flame front ignition technology. This technology allows for the pilot ignition to occur at ground level. The "flame front" is contained within pilot ignition piping which is plumbed to the wind shield to ignite the gas stream. Easier maintenance of pilot ignition system is the major advantage of this technology. With typical Candlestick Waste Gas Burners, the pilot ignition system is within the wind shield which is at an elevated position, making it difficult and sometimes dangerous to maintain.


Size: 2" (DN 50) through 12" (DN 300)

Material: All stainless steel construction in flame area


• All stainless steel construction in combustion area
• Automatic ignition and re-ignition
• Pilot ignition system at ground level
• Stoichiometric pilot on all burners
• Efficient combustion with biogas BTU value as low as 400 Icu. Ft.
• Pilot System operates with gas pressures as low as 4 inWC
• Also available: control panel sunshield
• Safely incinerates waste gases preventing fugitive VOC emissions
• Reliable pilot gas ignition system ensures that the waste gas is properly incinerated



115V, 1PH, 60 Hz, 10 AMP, grounded neutral Contacts for remote monitoring 
(1) NO, 3 AMP, “Flame On” 
(1) NO, 3 AMP, “Flame Failure”
Standard: Nema 4, Weatherproof 
Optional: Nema 4X, Nema 7, etc.
Pressure Switch 
Explosion Proof: 4 - 20 InWC 
Range: 0.4 - 0.6 InWC Deadband
Pilot Fuel for stoichiometric pilot
•Natural Gas — 4 InWC to 10 psig Supply Pressure
•LPG — 1 psig to 10 psig Supply Pressure
•Digester Gas 4 InWC to 10 psig Supply Pressure 
•Pilot Consumption:  22-150 SCFH 


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