- Angled nozzle head, for ease of use^Adjustable, blue-torch flame, for versatility^Tabletop burner, with heavy-duty base, for hands-free, safe use^Piezoelectric ignition system, requires no electrical connection^2,370-degree F, blue-torch flame, for more precise flame tip
Blazer GB4103 Angled Flame Table Top Butane Gas Burner
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Specifications for this item
|Number of Items||1|
|Heat Time||2 seconds|
|Heating Element Type||butane gas|
|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Overall Length||5.5 inches|
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The Blazer GB4103 angled flame, tabletop butane gas burner is a refillable burner that creates a precise flame, emitting from a nozzle head, allowing direct heat application to an object. It is commonly used for detailed purposes such as brazing, plumbing, soldering, jewelry making, culinary, dental and lab applications, and work that requires a traditional Bunsen burner.
The GB4103 is a tabletop burner, with an angled nozzle head for ease of use, and an adjustable, blue-torch, precise flame for versatility. It features a heavy-duty base, and is designed for stability, safety and hands-free use.
The burner houses a piezoelectric ignition system, which is based on a pressurized molecular reaction, and requires no electric connection. Piezoelectric energy occurs when the trigger is activated, releasing a small, spring-loaded internal hammer that strikes a crystal, producing a spark and resulting in gas flame ignition.
With a maximum flame temperature of 2,370 degrees F (1,300 degrees C), the burner has a continuous burn time of approximately 1.0 hour, at maximum fuel capacity and temperature, and has a 35-gram gas capacity. It measures 4.5 (l) x 3.1 (w) x 3.7 (h) inches and weighs 13.5 ounces. This product is intended strictly for use in professional and industrial environments. In accordance with federal regulations, home use of this product is prohibited.
Since 1985, Blazer Products has created an array of professional and industrial tools and equipment. Located in Farmingdale, NY, the company manufactures a variety of torches and ultrasonic cleaners. Blazer Products is known worldwide for its original micro torch products.
The GB4103 burner operates with a standard butane canister (sold separately).
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Top Customer Reviews
The flame dispersion went "soft" on my second unit.
Both units failed within the first week of use.
I use only high quality Vector butane.
These blazer torches are high priced pieces of junk. Don't waste your time or money. Very disappointed.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
This stopped lighting after a few uses. The gas continues to come out, but it does not light. I can see an ignition spark so I'm not quite sure what the issue it.Published 10 months ago by RT
I purchased this because I had an instrument I wished to repair, and I needed to reseat some pads. I was expecting it to come loaded with butane, and it was not, so I had to wait... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Brian Vanderschaaf
Item works as expected. In our day to day experiment helps to sterilize our instrument better than alcohol burners. ThanksPublished on September 17, 2013 by RBV
The burner has a satisfying solid feel with simple and elegant controls. The flame is highly adjustable for wide application in chemistry labs.Published on August 12, 2013 by henk