The Impact of Excess Air on Efficiency
TIP SHEET: DECEMBER 2016
In theory, to have the most efficient combustion in any combustion process, the quantity of fuel and air would be in a perfect ratio to provide perfect combustion with no unused fuel or air. This type of theoretical perfect combustion is called stoichiometric combustion. In practice, however, for safety and maintenance needs, additional air beyond the theoretical “perfect ratio” needs to be added to the combustion process. This is referred to as “excess air.” Click to Read More »
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