Our History

2000 - Current

2002: Incorporating NATCOM burner technology, Industrial Combustion releases an upgraded version of their LN burner lines to include single-digit NOx capability.

2007: R&D develops the V-series burners.  The V/series is a competitively priced line of commercial-industrial burners including high turndown and low NOx performance. 

2008: Two major lines of burners are targeted for release this year:  The E/series burner line ranging from 200 through 1,500 BHP - features not only include high turndown on gas and light oil, as well as low NOx capability, but reduced motor horsepower requirements by up to 50% over the D and S1 product lines. 

Another product with a staged release beginning this year is the XL burner line targeting larger sized firetube boilers.This product is targeted for low and ultra-low NOx performance up to 92+ MMBH input.

2021: The SBR-30 was officially launch. This revolutionary burner is capable of less than 30 ppm NOx emissions without FGR. SBR-30 models range from 400-1300 BHP

1990 - 1999

1995: S1 burner family was were added to the D/Series and LND/Series product lines, with a capacity from 1000-1500 BHP. 

1980 - 1989

1980: Addition of a C.N.C. Fabricating Center brought a similar level of sophistication to the manufacture of many light gauge metal parts used in Industrial Combustion products.  These versatile systems advanced the company’s manufacturing technology, resulting in increased efficiencies, improved product quality, and a several fold increase in vertical product integration

1984: Saw the “Cam Trim” feature added as standard equipment to Industrial Combustion’s gas and air atomizing “D” and “M” burners.  This ability to fine tune air/fuel ratios resulted in another industrial standard of performance.

1985: New “MP” Burner was introduced.  This series includes all of the features of its Marc predecessor and incorporates the laminar flame firing head.  Its capacity range is from 30 to 150 bhp.

1989: “LN” Low Nox Burner was introduced.  It was the first U.L. approved flue gas recirculation (F.G.R.) burner system.  Its capacity range is from 30 to 750 BHP firing natural gas, L.P., #2 though #6 oil or Low Nox Oil, and meets the stringent Nox emission rules mandated by the California South Coast air Quality Management District using approved fuels.


1970 - 1979

1970: Substantial investments were made in high-speed, computerized, numerically controlled machining and fabrication equipment. 

1974: Advent of the Marc burner series, second generation of the now known as the “D” burner as well as the “M” burner.

1960 - 1969

1969: The D series was introduced revolutionizing burner history.