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For Sale: IBS Intergra Boisciences Fireboy Plus Bunsen Burner | 6934
Originally Found: Sunday, June 16, 2013 Location: Shipping Worldwide, Connecticut, USA
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American Laboratory Trading Inc. offers a complete line of pre-owned analytical instrumentation which encompasses a variety of manufacturers', enabling us to provide the financial needs of a small start up lab, or large corporate facility. Our focus is to supply high-quality pre-owned analytical, and scientific laboratory equipment.
Ad DescriptionIBS Intergra Boisciences Fireboy Plus Bunsen Burner | 6934
The IBS Intergra Boisciences Fireboy Plus Bunsen Burner is a mobile Bunsen burner with a contact free motion sensor or foot switch controlled flame ignition providing sterilization at highest safety standards (certified according to DVGW). They are compatible to all common gas types such as propane, butane, town gas and natural gas. In addition, a wide choice of different gas cartridge adapters are available which are easy to connected by a simple click on mechanism. FIREBOY plus combines operational safety and maximal mobility. The Triple Safety System provides a continuous flame monitoring, an over temperature control and an adjustable maximal burning time. Three different working modes to control the flame ignition are possible: continuous burning (adjustable up to 60 minutes), ignition by a simple hand movement detected by the built-in motion sensor or ignition over the optionally available foot switch. The included rechargeable battery for a mobile use of the Bunsen burner provides additional flexibility. Two adjustment knobs for air and gas control guarantee the individual and fine tuning of flame size and temperature.
IBS Intergra Boisciences Fireboy Plus Bunsen Burner | 6934
Please note: Originally found: Sunday, June 16, 2013