Bernini Impianti with focus on burners for alternative energies

The Italian specialist for burner equipment has developed a new burner for alternative fuels on the basis of biomass, e.g. waste from the utilization of sunflowers. This has already been installed at a brick plant in Croatia and in a similar form in Australia too. Especially with regard to CO2 reduction in brickworks, these new burners are very interesting. Bernini supplies a complete range of burners from liquid, solid to gas-fuelled burners. The trend is towards more flexibility in burner equipment, allowing for regional conditions. Bernini therefore offers specific solutions for different locations.

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