Six-Headed Bunsen Burner
Accession Number: 2009.ph.44
Six metal tubes rise from a circular metal disc which is attached to a steel base. Each of the six tubes has an air vent directly above the base. A tube projecting from the base serves as a gas line attachment.
Primary Materials: Metal
On the cylindrical disk directly underneath the six cylinders, on a paper sticker: “PHY625” . This refers to the object’s entry in the 1978 catalogue.
Dimensions (cm): Height = 15cm, Diameter of base = 9
Providing heat through the burning of gas.
Good. The base of the burner is corroded in places. The screws to which the cylindrical nozzles are attached are also corroded.
Date of Manufacture:
University of Toronto Department of Physics