Pillard InductFlam Ci

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combustion pillard InductFlamCi-FIVES

Pillard InductFlam is a HRSG supplementary dual fuel firing induct burner.
It is available for gas only (Pillard Inductflam–L) and for fuel and dual-fuel (Pillard InductFlam-Ci).


  • Cogeneration and  Combined Cycle Power Plants;
  • Desalination Plants

Key differentiators

Fits with the latest generation of gas turbine 

The latest generation of the gas turbine combined with the new design of the HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator) where the duct burner is located upstream the super heater, permits Pillard InductFlam Ci to operate in stringent conditions such as low O2 and temperature.

Dual fuel firing even with heavy fuel oil

GR combustion heads technology permits a reliable combustion in dual-fuel firing, in particular allowing heavy fuel oil as a backup fuel while optimizing costs.

Up to 250MW per set of burner heads

The design of the supplementary firing is adapted to the heat release specifications by a modular design, based on standard burner’s head, typically 25MW. 

Key features

  • Upstream TEG O2 and temperature ranges from 9.5 to 13.5% O2, 500 to 650°C
  • 5 to 350 MW, 
  • Any natural gas, LPG, Refinery fuel gas with H2, Low LCV gases (biogas etc.) and diesel oil, fuel oil n°2, heavy fuel oil nr.6 


  • PETROBRAZI Cogeneration Plant (Romania) 

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