Acid gas enters from the burner, so the structure of the incinerator is simpler and the insulation integrity is good.
Although acid gas enters from the burner, it has a separate channel, which does not hinder the normal combustion of fuel gas flame and impacts the flame.
Because acid gas contains relatively more combustible components, the secondary air volume is relatively large. In order to guarantee sufficient combustion, forced swirl blades are set on the secondary air that is arranged in the same direction as acid airflow, so as to guarantee the full mixing and complete combustion of acid gas and air.
Generally, 10%-40% of acid gas is more suitable for H2S.