Beralmar supplied 2,395 burners in 2010 ()

BERALMAR began operations in 1964 with the manufacture of fuel oil jets for hoffmann kilns. Almost half a century has passed and the company has experienced important changes, but despite the wide range of all types of equipment and engineering solutions that BERALMAR today offers, not only has it not abandoned the original activity of the company but it has been maintained and strengthened it to become one of its cornerstones: BERALMAR maintains as a principle the development of all types of firing equipment for any type of available fuel.

As a result, BERALMAR has a very complete range of firing equipment for liquid fuels (fuel oil, diesel), gases (natural gas, LPG, propane-butane, biogas, syngas, etc.) and solid fuels (petcoke, coals, biomass), the fruit of the expertise within the organisation and the work of the R&D Department, made up of 3 engineers dedicated exclusively to:
- Development of new equipment.
- Continuous improvement of existing equipment.

This expenditure on R&D is not seen as a cost but as an investment because even though this equipment are subject to being copied, it enables BERALMAR to maintain a constant technology gap compared to many competitors.

This principle is also consistently applied at the sales level: BERALMAR not only seeks participation in complete projects, but also works to be the leading supplier of firing equipment in all the markets it operates in. It is a slow process that requires a great deal of effort and time. However this perception of BERALMAR as a leading and reliable supplier of firing equipment already exists in about the ten markets which BERALMAR has personally operated in for some time now.

With regards to 2010, the above has resulted in the supply of a total of 2,395 burners and jets of different fuels for the firing of structural ceramics to 22 countries, something which makes BERALMAR a global leader in this field, and for which we would like to thank our customers for the part they play in continually trusting in us and who, with their good judgement, give meaning to our work.

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