A Miniature Oil Burner

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A Miniature Oil Burner

Post by Michael Guy on Tue Aug 13, 2013 9:51 pm

Just for general interest as this has no direct bearing on anything with respect to #17 or #110. I built a steam-atomized burner to a published design recently and yesterday added a steam-dryer/superheat coil to it. Photos can be found here: https://plus.google.com/photos/100313002764258550558/albums/5911751339069782817?authkey=CPmE56urn-rgAg

The burner has a central oil hole #56 drill size and an annular steam "slot" .128" o.d. and .017" wide around the oil hole for atomization. The burner body is machined from hexagonal brass bar and silver-soldered together. The coil is 5 feet of 1/4" o.d. type 304 stainless tube with a .035" wall.

Fuel for this is auto diesel although we have been burning that mixed with up to 50% flax bio-diesel lately.

Michael.

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