Speciality Burner Systems

Natcom® Engineered Solutions

  • Input Capacity (MBH): Up to 500,000
  • Turndown: Up to 20:1
  • Emissions (ppm NOx): Uncontrolled, <30, <9
  • Mode of Operation: Co-Firing, Single Fuel Firing
  • Fuel: Gas, Oil, Comb., Special
  • Fuel Ratio Control: Parallel Positioning, Fully Metered
  • Environment: Safe, Hazardous, Coastal
  • Steam, hot water, industrial drying, and thermal oxidizing applications
  • 50 to 400 MMBTU/hr
  • Natural gas, refinery gas, hydrogen, landfill, digester gas, tail gas, or other alternative gaseous or liquid fuels
  • Available to <9 ppm NOx , <50 ppm CO
  • Especially for thermal process


Cleaver-Brooks specializes in the supply of custom-engineered burner systems for the thermal processing industry. Each Natcom® burner system is designed to ensure process applications will perform to the highest possible efficiency and lowest overall emissions.

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  • Applications
  • Lower NOx emissions
  • Improved efficiency
  • Reduced equipment footprint
  • Greater flexibility to meet new challenges


The perfect burner solution for industrial drying, air heating, or thermal oxidizing processes. These custom systems feature cutting-edge engineering, system modeling, and testing to ensure the highest performance and lowest emissions in your thermal processing application.


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  • Process Steam
  • Industrial Process
  • Building Heat
  • Sterilization
  • Humidification
  • Waste Heat Recovery
  • Chemical
  • Power and Utilities
  • Refineries and Petrochemical
  • Hospital and Healthcare