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Methane Gas Burner from valve

Methane Gas Burner from valve

Dear All,

for this next 2 months, im planning to build a methane gas burner. The burner head I planned to made is a 60mm dia. used modified Valve+ tube+ welding gas injector. and it will be assembled.

Is there anyone have doing it also?

kindly please share information..



RE: Methane Gas Burner from valve

Igniting the flame without blowing yourself up will be a challenge. The flame will want to stabilize behind the step along the wall, but weakly. Try putting a flameholder along the injection tube.

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