blue flame burner

газовая горелка, дающая голубое окисляющее пламя

Англо-русский строительный словарь. 2013.

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  • Flame — A flame is often defined as the visible (light emitting) part of a fire. Physically, it is caused by a highly exothermic reaction (for example, combustion, a self sustaining oxidation reaction) taking place in a thin zone. A flame generally emits …   Wikipedia

  • Bunsen burner — Infobox Laboratory equipment name = Bunsen Burner caption = A Bunsen Burner with needle valve. The hose barb for the gas tube is facing left and the needle valve for gas flow adjustment is on the opposite side. The air inlet on this particular… …   Wikipedia

  • Bunsen burner — a type of gas burner, commonly used in chemical laboratories, with which a very hot, practically nonluminous flame is obtained by allowing air to enter at the base and mix with the gas. [1865 70; named after R. W. BUNSEN] * * *   device for… …   Universalium

  • LO-NOx burner — A LO NOx burner is a type of burner that is typically used in utility boilers to produce steam and electricity.Background [ thumb|right|John Joyce the inventor of the LO NOx burner at Australian Gas Association Conference in the early 1990 s] The …   Wikipedia

  • Bunsen burner — A gas lamp supplied with lateral openings admitting sufficient air so that the carbon is completely burned, thus giving a very hot but only slightly luminous flame. [RW Bunsen, 1811–1899] * * * Bun·sen burn·er bən(t) sən .bər nər n a gas burner… …   Medical dictionary

  • Bunsen burner — [bun′sən] n. [after BUNSEN Robert Wilhelm] a small gas burner that produces a hot, blue flame, used in chemistry laboratories, etc.: it consists of a hollow metal tube with holes at the bottom for admitting air to be mixed with the gas …   English World dictionary

  • Bun|sen burner — «BUHN suhn», a gas burner with a very hot, blue flame, used in laboratories. Air is let in at the base and mixed with gas. ╂[< Robert W. Bunsen, 1811 1899, a German chemist, who invented it] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bunsen burner — noun Etymology: Robert W. Bunsen Date: 1860 a gas burner consisting typically of a straight tube with small holes at the bottom where air enters and mixes with the gas to produce an intensely hot blue flame …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Oil burner — This article is about the heating device. For a meaning related to engines, see Oil burner (engine). An oil burner for domestic central heating An oil burner is a heating device which burns fuel oil. The oil is atomized in to a fine spray usually …   Wikipedia

  • meker burner — ˈmekə(r) noun Usage: usually capitalized M Etymology: after George Meker, 20th century chemist : a laboratory gas burner that differs from a typical Bunsen burner in having a constriction in the tube and a grid at the top of the burner causing… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Meker burner — Mek·er burn·er mek ər .bər nər n a laboratory gas burner that differs from a typical Bunsen burner in having a constriction in the tube and a grid at the top of the burner causing the flame of burning gas to consist of a number of short blue… …   Medical dictionary

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