MISCELLANEOUS BURNER TIPS

BB BURNER TIPS

These burner tips are very popular where a conical type of flame is desired. They have excellent flame retention and their various capacities would suit most applications. The "BB" series have a large centre port surrounded by a retention ring that produces a flame from 10-150 mm in length. The "BB" design is also used in a range of spark ignited blast tips (see the Pilot burner sheet).bb2.jpg (3816 bytes) 

PART NUMBER

SIZE (BSPM)

TOTAL PORT AREA mm2/in2

CAPACITY MJ/HOUR

DIMENSIONS (mm)
Length     Diameter

BBOO

6mm

7/.012

3-5

21 12.5

BB1

6mm

16/.026

8-12

37 21

BB2

8mm

32/.051

15-25

42 26

BB3

10mm

43/.067

20-30

48 33

 

MOUNTING BURNER TIPS

These tips are commonly mounted onto pipe manifolds. It is important to make certain the pipe will allow the correct capacity, the following table illustrates the amount of total mixture (air and gas) that can be passed at a mixture pressure of approx. 125 Pa. Thick wall black pipe is usually employed.

PIPE SIZE BSP

25mm

32mm

40mm

50mm

65mm

80mm

Flow (m3/ft3/hr)

23/800

43/1500

63/2200

100/3500

160/5500

230/8000

 

 

 

JM GAS BURNERS

The superior JM design has characteristics that place it among the best burner tips in the world. Originally developed by the American Carlisle company, the JM burner will operate on any gas, using atmospheric air with an appropriate inspirator or premix with an air/gas aspirator (please ask for more detail on these items).
The features of this burner are the unsurpassed flame retention, the ability to draw in extra secondary air and the flame shape. The burners will also operate on a wide range of gas/air ratios enabling concentrated spot heating or a softer general flame shape.

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ADVANTAGES

  • Retains the flame on slow burning gasses.
  • Will burn on a reducing atmosphere.
  • The design actually increases the flame temperature.
  • Retains the flame on high mixture pressures.
  • Stainless steel manufacture in most sizes.

 

 

MIXTURE
PRESSURES

CAPACITY MJ/HOUR

JM1

JM2

JM3

JM4

JM5

JM7

.75 kPa

5

14

14

31

42

70

1.5 kPa

8

20

20

45

60

100

2.25 kPa

10

25

25

55

72

125

3.0 kPa

12

28

28

63

84

140

4.5 kPa

14

35

35

79

105

200

6.0 kPa

16

40

40

92

120

207

7.5 kPa

18

45

45

100

135

235

CS TYPE BURNER TIPS

The CS tips are used where a conical type flame is required and are used as a machined alternative to the cast iron FR tips. The CS burners use stainless steel shields for long life and have excellent flame retention. The accurate machining and long burner port allow good flame characteristics. The CS burners are also available, for special situations, with female threads.

These burners can be used on Natural gas, Propane, Butane or manufactured gas with compressed or blower air.cs.jpg (7401 bytes)

PART NUMBER

THREAD (BSPM)

C

D

CAPACITY (MJ/HR)
@ 1 kPa 2 kPa (m.p)

CS15

15mm

49

25

20

28

CS20

20mm

61

32

42

58

CS25

25mm

67

41

88

120

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please note: the capacities are given at 1 and 2 kPa mixture pressures. The MJ rating is calculated with 80% of the required air available in the mixture.

MARSHALL BURNERS

These burners are primarily used for localised heating, brazing or soldering. Although manufactured of brass, the Marshall burners utilise a special tip design that stops back heat. The flame characteristic is a series of sharp cones surrounded by excellent flame retention. They are designed to be used singularly or on a manifold with the correct air/gas mixer. These burners can be used on Natural gas, Propane, Butane or manufactured gas with compressed or blower air.

These tips are manufactured to order only. The MBD16P has 2 rows of 8 ports each.

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PART NUMBER

SIZE BSPM)

NUMBER OF PORTS

CAPACITY MJ/HR

DIMENSIONS (mm) Length    Diameter

MBS8P

8mm

8

10

42

25

MBD16P

8mm

16

25

42

25

MBS13P

8mm (F)

13

20

47

35

 

 

 

 

 

 

WIDE FLAME BURNERS

These burners utilise stainless steel components and have a divergent or parallel flame pattern. The NS104 (illustrated) has a true "fishtail" flame shape and the SN21 has a straight flame pattern using 3 converging rows. These burners are used where a hot, localised flame is required and are especially suitable for silver soldering, brazing, annealing, and general industrial applications. The SN21 is the standard burner supplied with the Shuttle brazing machine and has a larger heat output than the NS104. As expected, these tips have good flame retention due to their unique designs, the SN21 in particular can be used on high mixture pressures. These burners can be used on Natural gas, Propane, Butane or manufactured gas with compressed or blower air. Both tips have a 1/4" BSP male thread.104ns.jpg (8440 bytes)

PART NUMBER

NUMBER OF PORTS Length "A" Width "C"

NS104

7

36 mm

25 mm

SN21

13

58 mm

32 mm

 

 

 

 

 

HATCHET BURNER

hatchet.jpg (6168 bytes)The hatchet burner is a low mixture pressure, cast iron atmospheric type burner head, with a distinctive slot type flame. The tip is used in a variety of situations in place of the AN type tip where an elongated flame is preferred. The burners can be mounted singularly with an inspirator or manifolded together with a suitable pipe manifold and a main mixer. The burners are approx. 90 mm wide at the flame exit and approx. 110 mm long. The capacity is approx. 30-40 MJ/Hour.
The SPI25 1" BSP short inspirator is the standard mixer supplied with the burner. We would require the gas type and pressure available at the burner to be able to size the jet.

USES

RIBBON BURNER TIPS

The ribbon burner tips were designed to produce a fine flame and are very popular as torch heads. The RH burner is used as the fine flame tip for the MT1 torch and the RJ tip is used with the jewellers torch. The unique flame retention design and the extra long port give stable, cone shaped flames. They are made of brass and can be used on Natural gas, Propane, Butane or manufactured gas with compressed or blower air.

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PART NUMBER

SIZE (BSPM)

CAPACITY MJ/HR

DIMENSIONS (mm)

A C

RH

6mm

15

41

25

RJ

8mm

5

27

16

 

 

 

 

 

DR-3 BURNER

Economical, compact atmospheric burner designed specifically for low pressure gasses. The burner incorporates flame retention, orifice and inspirating section in the one unit.

The DR-3 is available in 3 basic types.

DR-3

Basic burner

DR-3A

Burner with spark igniter

DR-3B

Burner with spark and flame detector

The DR-3 burner has a range of capacities depending on the amount of draft available
From 40-100 MJ/hour is possible.

The burner will include a pilot drilled orifice unless a specific capacity is stated.

DR3.jpg (3679 bytes) APPLICATIONS
  • Compact heating torches
  • Air heaters
  • Immersion tube burners

 

INSERTAJET

EASY CONVERSION
To convert a bar burner with the Insertajet, the flame port orifices are simply drilled out with the appropriate drill. Into each drilled orifice an Insertajet is tapped lightly home with a small punch, so that the stainless steel retention ring remains about 1/16 clear of the burner tube (as shown). If holes are drilled to the correct size, that is all that is required to secure the jets with no danger of falling out. When all flame ports have been treated. the burner is ready for use.insertajet.jpg (16247 bytes)

 

LONG LIFE

With a mild steel body and stainless retention ring, the Insertajet can be relied on to give a long operational life.

 

 

 

inserta.jpg (12003 bytes)Part No 91008 Inserta Jet No 8
Approx gas rate 800 BTU/hr Hole size 8.7mm Spacing 16.0mm

Part No: 91032 Inserta Jet No 32
Approx gas rate 350 BTU/hr Hole size 5.9mm Spacing 12.7mm

Part No: 91052 Inserta Jet No 52
Approx gas rate 120 BTU/hr Hole size 5.9mm Spacing 12.7mm

 

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