Humboldt H-5890 Accuflame Bunsen Burner, Adjustable with Threaded Needle Valve, Lp Gas

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Humboldt Mfr # H-5890 – Item # EW-36130-02

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SPECS & DESCRIPTION

Specifications & Description

  • Gas TypeLiquid Propane (LP)
  • BTU Output (per hour)3200
  • Inlet Tube OD (in)0.3125
  • Height (in)6
  • DescriptionAccuflame Bunsen Burner, Adjustable with Threaded Needle Valve, Lp 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:

    What are the technical differences between a Bunsen burner rated for natural gas and one rated for, say, propane?
    Asked on 2/19/2014 by John (safety) Fields from Austin Texas

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    • STAFF EXPERT

      A:

      The orifice sizes vary based on the different particles sizes associated with a particular gas.

      Answered on 2/20/2014 by Dan from Technical Support
  • Q:

    heyy can i please know the highest tempeature flame that this burner can produce. thanks :)
    Asked on 1/9/2012 by Anonymous

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      A:

      The maximum temperature of Item 36130-02 is 1500 degrees Celcius.

      Answered on 1/10/2012 by Rita from Customer Service
  • Q:

    Where would I find a regulator and manifold for using these off a bulk tank?
    Asked on 9/12/2010 by PaulE from Colorado Springs, CO

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    • STAFF EXPERT

      A:

      I would suggest contacting the company that supplies your gas tanks. They often have the connecting lines and equipment needed and are aware of any local regulations that may need to be adhered to.

      Answered on 9/15/2010 by Mike from Tech Support
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