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Combustion Technology steams ahead

Combustion Technology steams ahead

Cape-based Combustion Technology specializes in oil and gas burner and boiler installations, conversions from coal firing to natural gas firing, sales and maintenance across the southern hemisphere. The company prides itself on its modern, highly efficient solutions, and is the exclusive distributors for Riello Burners, Garioni Naval Boilers, Limpsfield Burners and Autoflame Combustion Management Systems.

This family-owned company supports its world-class products with high standards of personal service, putting its clients first throughout the process, from sales to installation and after-sales service and spare parts support. With clients including Sasol, Ina Paarman, Pioneer Group and Protea Hotels, the Combustion Technology team has a proven track-record.

The company has offices in both Cape Town and Johannesburg, with an extensive dealer network servicing the rest of the country, enabling the company to be available to its entire customer base across all provinces.  

Grant Renecle, Managing Director of Combustion Technology says that the biggest complaint that the company receives from prospective clients is the sheer cost of running a boiler plant. The solution, according to Renecle, is to ensure that the boiler works at continuous levels of efficiency, throughout the boiler and burner’s firing range.

“We guarantee this level of efficiency, or your money-back,” states Renecle confidently, offering a sage reminder that all boilers and burners are not created equal.

Burners must be able to manage:

  • O2 , CO and CO2
  • Changing ambient conditions
  • Varying CVs and conditioning of fuel

“We have the products and technology to best advise you on all your steam and hot water boiler requirements,” assured Renecle, reiterating the company’s byline, “Energy efficient solutions, masterly installed and maintained.” 

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