OVERALL HEIGHT: 145 mm
O.D. OF INLET: 9.5 mm
I.D. OF OUTLET: 9.0 mm
Typical gas consumption 107.5 litres per hour
The Teclu burner is constructed with a gas control needle valve.
A specially designed conical mixing chamber is incorporated, which allows the burner to give off a very hot flame.
Suitable for glass work and soldering.
Gas and air mixing is regulated by adjusting the knurled wheel below the tube.
These burners are supplied with a flame failure device that shuts off the gas supply to the burner within approximately 20 seconds of the flame being extinguished.
The safety features are all contained within the burner – an electrical supply from either mains or battery is therefore not required.
The moving parts, ie. The actuator and thermocouple can be replaced, although exhaustive tests have not yet caused a failure.
However, in the event of damage, we recommend that repairs are carried out in our factory to ensure that the burner is properly adjusted and operates correctly.
The hottest flame temperature for all natural gas burners is between 900 and 1OOO’C.
Temperature is achieved at the tip of the blue flame cone. Typically the temperature of the airless yellow flame will be between 750 and 8000C.
The temperatures are dependent on mains pressure and the chemical construction of the gas which varies in different parts o the world. The standard mains pressure for natural gas is 20 millibars (7.8 inches water gauge).
All burners are constructed utilising a heavy pressure diecast base painted in a blue chemically resistant acrylic finish.
All burners are tested for flame quality and leakage prior to packing.
The tests are carried out at the standard gas pressure for each specific type gas.
In the event that jets might be changed a jointing compound must be used.
We cannot accept liability resulting from burners that have been stripped for whatever reason.