Teclu burner

Category Burners

Year of manufacture/creation the 1960s

Manufacturer/author Spółdzielnia Pracy Metalowców Techniport w Pruszkowie

Place of manufacture/creation Pruszków, Poland

Size Height: 14 cm
Width: 6 cm
Length: -- cm
Weight: 0.35 kg

Material cast iron, brass

Museum/Storage location Gasworks Museum in Paczków

Date of admission to the museum 1998

Rights to the exhibit Gasworks Museum in Paczków

Rights to digital images public domain

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Exhibit description

Laboratory work requires the use of burners with specific parameters; therefore, this relatively simple design has undergone many modifications.

This type of burner is named after its inventor – a Romanian chemist Nicolae Teclu – who invented the device in 1882. In his design, he increased the flame’s temperature by changing the way in which air is supplied to the burner.
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