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NATCOM Retrofit Burner

Retrofit Systems

  • Steam and hot water applications
  • 20 to 400 MMBTU
  • Natural gas, #2 and #6 oil, combination, other
  • Available to <9 ppm NOx, <50 ppm CO
  • Saves fuel and lowers emissions

NATCOM offers a full line of high-efficiency, ultra-low-emissions burners and control systems to comply with new emissions standards, add an alternative fuel source, or replace an obsolete burner system. Our low-emissions technology addresses the strictest air permit regulations and fuel burning requirements with custom systems engineered to meet the project specifications. Our retrofit systems are easily adapted to any existing Industrial Watertube Boiler, Field-Erected Boiler, Utility Boiler, Thermal Processing System, or HRSG, and provide user-friendly operations, online adjustability, and low-maintenance features. We excel at firing non-standard fuels, such as refinery gas, hydrogen, digester, and LFG gases.    

Retrofitting is simple with burner systems from NATCOM. As a single-source provider, we guarantee a trouble-free retrofit process from start to finish. Our experienced engineers oversee each project and work closely with NATCOM’s global customer support team to ensure a successful outcome. Our services include complete project documentation, onsite supervision, field installation, start-up, and commissioning, as well as operator training to guarantee system performance.


  • Ultra-low-NOx emissions
  • High turndown
  • Multi-fuel capability
  • Rapid load response
  • Low excess air
  • Other retrofit options: control systems, fuel trains, SCR


  • Lower Fuel Cost
  • Lower Emissions


  • Process Steam
  • Industrial Process
  • Power & Utilities
  • Refineries & PetroChemical

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