Details for AMAL Minor Bunsen Burner - LPG
With a heavy base for good stability, dull chrome-finished burner tube and medium heat output, this bunsen burner is ideally suited to the majority of laboratory uses. The air inlet holes are sized to give optimum proportion of air to gas and aeration is non adjustable.
Flame pattern - The circular burner plate forming the top of the burner tube is made from multi-perforated chromium plated steel. The resulting flame pattern consists of a mass of small perfectly aerated cones within an overall flame envelope and the perforated plate helps to prevent flash-back down the burner tube at low gas settings.
Jets and flame control - The Minor bunsen burner for use with natural gas or LPG (butane, propane etc) is fitted with a fixed jet accurately calibrated to give the optimum air-to-gas mixture for the gas in question. Each burner is also supplied with three alternative jets to take care of any local variations from the normal in either gas pressure or composition. Flame adjustment for the Minor bunsen burner for natural and LPG gases is by means of the laboratory bench tap.
Insulated Handle - The Amal Minor is fitted with a handle which remains permanently cool, enabling the burner to move about on the laboratory bench with complete ease and safety.