A metal tube is attached vertically to the steel base. Another smaller tube for attaching a gas line projects from the base of the main tube. An air vent is located just above the smaller projecting tube. The burner is topped by a conical flare with circular perforations in the top.
Accession Number: 2009.ph.35
Alternative Name: Meker Burner
Primary Materials: Metal
On a label on the cylinder of the burner: PHY602. This refers to the objects 1970s catalogue entry.
Dimensions (cm): Height = 15, Diameter of base = 8
Providing heat. Meker burners provide a hotter flame than a standard Bunsen burner, and one with a larger diameter.
Fair. The top of the burner is somewhat corroded. The burner as a whole has some signs of use in the form of dents and scratches.
Date of Manufacture:
University of Toronto Department of Physics
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