LabFlame Basic Safety Bunsen Burner with Foot Switch
The Biotool Swiss LabFlame Basic Safety Bunsen Burner with stainless steel foot switch (LF6000402) is optimized for the use in microbiology laboratories.
The new Biotool Swiss LabFlame Safety Bunsen Burner is optimized for the use in microbiology laboratories.
Its stainless steel housing is made of one piece, free of any gaps or rims and therefore easy to clean and fully UV resistant. the Safety Bunsen Burner optimized air-flow system allows a uniform and constant flame even in safety cabinets with horizontal or vertical air flow.
Connectable to any kind of gas sources.
When safety matters...
LabFlame Safety Bunsen Burner automatically cuts the gas supply after every flame extinguish and checks the burner temperature.
When gas consumption matters...
LabFlame Safety Bunsen Burner cuts the gas after each loop nealing and starts straight with the optmal flame shape.
Features and Benefits
Rapid & precise ingnition for fast loop nealing
Uniform & constant flame for perfect bottle neck sterilization
Safety cabinet qualified due to optimized air flow support
Hands free operation with foot-switch or touch free IR-sensor ignition
Temp. Threshold level
Cover of Burner Shaft
1350ºC on liquid gas
1300ºC on natural gas
1.2 kW liquid gas
1.0 kW natural gas
Stainless steel / glass UV and solvent resistant
23mm, with drains
4.1" x 1.9" x 5.1" (103 x 49 x 130 mm)
1.6 lbs (700 gr.)
Foot switch / pedal Modes
Push button mode
Start / stop + exact time set (sec.)
IR Sensor Modes
Auto-Off mode with time set
Start / stop +exact time set (sec.). Residual burning time displayed
Safety & commodity Settings
Burner head control
Click or double-click start!
Automatic switch off setting
Sensitivity range setting -III+
EN - DE - FR - SP
The greatest benefit of the Lab Flame Safety Bunsen Burner is safety. We no longer have to worry about a burner that has been left burning or one that has an undetected gas leak. The IR start and stop solves these issues. We also don’t have to worry about flint strikers, matches, and gas clouds forming as students attempt to light the burners. Students are just starting to use them. It does take a little while to get the hang of it, but it is my belief that once they are fully integrated into our lab, no one will want to go back to the manual burners.