tirrill burner

tirrill burner

[′tir·əl ‚bər·nər]
(engineering)
A modification of the bunsen burner which allows greater flexibility in the adjustment of the air-gas mixture.
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The flame source is a Tirrill burner (similar to a Bunsen burner) with a heat output of approximately 500 w or 1,700 btu/h.