Humboldt H-5885 Accuflame Bunsen Burner, Adjustable with Threaded Needle Valve, Natural Gas

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Humboldt Mfr # H-5885 – Item # EW-36130-00

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SPECS & DESCRIPTION

Specifications & Description

  • Gas TypeNatural Gas
  • BTU Output (per hour)1200
  • Inlet Tube OD (in)0.3125
  • Height (in)6
  • DescriptionAccuflame Bunsen Burner, Adjustable with Threaded Needle Valve, Natural Gas

More About this Item

Adjustable Bunsen burners with threaded needle valve feature aluminum mixing tubes for thorough air/gas mixing; and tapered serrated gas inlet connections for easy tube mounting. Bases are plated die-cast zinc alloy. Shpg wt of all models is 0.5 lb (0.3 kg)

Warning: This product is not approved or intended for, and should not be used for medical, clinical, surgical or other patient oriented applications.

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    • Q:

      Is this product CSA approved
      Asked on 10/1/2015 by Bill from Oshawa

      1 answer

      • STAFF EXPERT

        A:

        This item is not CSA approved.

        Answered on 10/5/2015 by Jose from Technical Support
    • Q:

      Does this burner allow for an oxygen line in addition to a fuel line? If not, how are the air to fuel ratio's adjusted?

      Secondly, I am looking to achieve maximum flame temperatures for extended periods of time (up to 14 days continuous operation). Would another product be better suited for high temperature/extended period applications?

      Thank you for the help
      Asked on 1/11/2011 by Alex

      1 answer

      • STAFF EXPERT

        A:

        Yes, this can be run continuously as the flame is created just above the burner when it mixes with the oxygen in the air so it doesn't affect the burner. It does not have a secondary port for an oxygen line. The ratio's are not adjusted, just the amount of gas that is released can be adjusted to affect flame height.

        Answered on 1/13/2011 by Mike from Tech Support
    • Q:

      How much psi should the company installing the gas line prepare for? I saw one of the Q&A's that said the max was 5psi. Is there a minimum requirement for the burner?
      Asked on 7/29/2010 by Darin from Farmington, MN

      1 answer

      • STAFF EXPERT

        A:

        There is no minimum requirement for this burner. The minimum amount to keep the flame lit will vary depending on the supply gas and ambient conditions.

        Answered on 8/2/2010 by David from Tech Support
    • Q:

      Hi, is this valve only for adjustment or will it completely shut off the flow of gas to the burner? Thanks, jd
      Asked on 4/15/2010 by Anonymous

      1 answer

      • STAFF EXPERT

        A:

        The needle valve allows for control of the flow to the burner from fully closed to fully open.

        Answered on 4/16/2010 by Josh from Technical Support
    • Q:

      What is the min and max gas manifold pressure that can be used on these burners?
      Asked on 3/17/2010 by T.C.

      1 answer

      • STAFF EXPERT

        A:

        There is a max pressure of 5psi.

        Answered on 3/19/2010 by Josh from Technical Support
    • Q:

      what is the NPT. size for the natural gas
      Asked on 2/20/2010 by don from fall river massachusetts

      1 answer

      • STAFF EXPERT

        A:

        The valve to adjust gas flow is threaded; the connection for gas is not threaded, it accepts 1/4" ID tubing.

        Answered on 2/22/2010 by Jen from Technical Support
    • Q:

      What types of gas sources can be used for the Bunsen burner in a new lab set-up when gas is not already piped in? Would a gas cylinder or tank or tank work
      Asked on 12/16/2009 by Anonymous from Sacramento, CA

      1 answer

      • STAFF EXPERT

        A:

        This burner only accepts natural gas. If you require one that will work with a propane like 36130-22. Please contact our technical application specialists for additional assistance (contact information can be found on the product web page).

        Answered on 12/21/2009 by Jen from Technical Support
    • Q:

      Can this burner be used with propane gas?
      Asked on 12/9/2009 by Anonymous

      1 answer

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        A:

        We do not suggest using this burner with LP (liquid propane). You may want to look at part number 36130-22 for a similar unit that is good for LP use.

        Answered on 12/10/2009 by Jen from Technical Support
    • Q:

      hi I would like to know the temperature variations of the flame of a bunsen burner
      Asked on 10/22/2009 by Anonymous

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        A:

        Temperature is dependent upon many variables. But it is listed in the North American Combustion Handbook as 1570C max. There is no minimum listed and the listed temperature is for the tip of the blue cone of the flame.

        Answered on 10/22/2009 by Jen from Technical Support
    • Q:

      dear sir/madam,
      i would like to ask if you have base diameter and mounting procedures of this busen burner.
      Asked on 10/2/2009 by nelson arrosa from philippines

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      • STAFF EXPERT

        A:

        The base diameter is 3-1/8".
        There is no mounting procedure for this burner as it just sits on whatever you put it on. The hose from your gas supply is then run to the burner and connected via the barbed connection on the burner.

        Answered on 10/7/2009 by Jaime from Technical Support
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