Glass Fires: The primary function of a Glass Fire is to concentrate heat at a specific point. The larger the diameter of the center hole, the greater the area that is heated. Where a greater amount of heat is required than can be obtained from a single burner, the flames from several Glass Fires can be concentrated at a single focal point by the use of multiple burner manifolds. When higher operating temperatures are required than can be obtained with air-gas mixtures, an oxygen addition can be made in the range of 10%-20%. Accurate control is necessary to prevent flash back. AGF combination mixers are available and sized per application. Ball joints and custom manifolds are also available.
Modifications or custom style burners are available upon request: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 732-732-8090