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Innovative and patented burner technology, designed for industrial combustion, crafted for greatness: LINDOFLAMM® special manual burners.Improve your heating, melting processes with LINDOFLAMM® special burners
Examples of heating include flame straightening, flame hardening, hot forming and heating in conjunction with welding. The flame is used for melting purposes in flame brazing and for fusing purposes with flame sprayed coatings.
Gas burners that will save up to 20% of time, lower your gas consumption & overall costs
This innovative burner technology exclusive to Linde utilises the high-speed temperature properties of acetylene as the fuel gas. It will reduce your pre-heating time by up to 20% and enable rapid heating of the work piece.
Endowed with the right set-up for your project at hand, you will further benefit from minimising your gas consumption, while at the same time achieve the optimum heating performance.
Gas combinations used for LINDOFLAMM® burners:
- Acetylene/oxygen for high flame temperatures
- Acetylene/compressed air for mild, intense heat input with low risk of backfiring
Find out how LINDOFLAMM® special burner technology is so efficient
LINDOFLAMM® manual burner really pays off
Is it worth investing in Linde manual burners? Most certainly. Conventional burners do not provide the flexibility and first-rate quality like our range of LINDOFLAMM® burners. So instead of opting for a cheap and short-sighted compromise, decide for best-in-the-market technology and for gas burners, whose shape and capacity can be modified to suit your purpose at hand.
Although the burners are usually gas-cooled, water cooling can be employed for severe loading applications.
Minimising hazards when heating manually with flame
Flame processes can present a serious safety hazard if not handled and monitored according to best practices. Special caution is to be applied when heating with acetylene. The process of pre-heating before welding may have a different point of application. As a result, the acetylene flame may be out of the welder’s line of vision. If it suddenly goes out, this might not be immediately detected by the operator.
LINDOFLAMM® flow stop – new benchmark in manual burner safety
Linde has developed an innovative solution that optimises the safety of manual heating processes. Expanding Linde’s extensive LINDOFLAMM® portfolio of acetylene burners, supply concepts and complementary services, LINDOFLAMM® flow stop automatically cuts off the acetylene supply within one second of the flame being extinguished.
This gives welders and general operators complete peace of mind, enabling them to concentrate on the task at hand without having to worry about whether the flame has gone out.
LINDOFLAMM® flow stop
Watch how this innovative acetylene safety device automatically cuts off acetylene gas flow in case of extinction of flame
Linde gas burners: profit from latest in technology and best service
When integrating Linde gas burners into your working processes, you can be sure to be profiting from the latest in technology and advancement. Our highly-skilled engineering team which is supported by our state-of-the-art Application Development Centre in Unterschleißheim, Germany, where we concentrate the resources for our LINDOFLAMM® solutions, continuously develops and evaluates new technologies.
This ensures that our customers are always equipped with the latest and most innovative solutions. To ensure that you are happy with your system and that it meets your requirements, we will provide continued support and services.Learn about Linde’s acetylene gas supply options