Many different types of burners are available for use with natural gas or LPG. All burners are 100% tested for flame quality and leakage prior to packing.
All Burners are constructed utilising a heavy pressure die cast base painted in blue chemically resistant acrylic finish.
The range of burners are for use with either bottled LPG or natural gas.
Riffled gas inlet tube
The natural gas burners can achieve the hottest temperature of 900 to 1000Â°C at the tip of the blue flame, while temperatures of the yellow airless flame are around 750 to 800Â°C. Please note that the exact temperatures depend on the gas pressure and chemical composition of the gas, which will vary site to site.
The LPG burners are designed to work with propane at 35 millibars or Butane at 28 millibars - an appropriate pressure reduction valve should be fitted to the gas cylinder. LPG is more searching than coal or natural gas, so these models are sealed with a jointing compound - if the jets are ever changed on the burners a suitable jointing compound must be used.