How Round Burners Are Used

Round burners are typically used for soft metal melting purposes. The Buzzer soft metal melting furnace in particular is one of the best in its class. This furnace is capable of melting an array of soft and white metals at low temperatures of up to 1000 °F. Metals that are commonly melted with this furnace include tin, bismuth, zinc, lead, solder, pewter, and a range of alloys that are used in die casting applications. Round burners can range in price from around $5,000 all the way to $20,000 or more in some cases depending on the size you choose, the model, the functionality that you need, features, and other factors. Although models, sizes, and features will be different with each manufacturer, most have universal features as well. With Buzzer, there are five standards sizes available that range from 160-2,700 lbs.

Although you can purchase Charlesahones round burners in numerous standard sizes to meet most needs, sometimes standard sizes just don’t make the grade if they aren’t suited for your intended usage or operational processes. The good news is that customization can be done for most specialty sizes that are need. Buzzer and other high quality brands can be fully customized to meet your needs. Whether you need tilting furnaces, different temperature ranges, different lengths, specialty features, or any other type of service, most manufacturers will customize the equipment to your complete satisfaction. Applications that round burners are used for include but are not limited to the following:

  • Zinc, Pewter, and Babbitt Melting
  • Solder and Tin Melting
  • Permanent Mold Casting
  • Sand and Art Casting
  • Die and Precision Casting
  • Lead Melting
  • Spin Casting

Round Burners can make sluggish production times turn into lucrative opportunities by increasing your performance levels and your revenues. You will be amazed at how big of a difference these burners can make where your business operations and productivity are concerned. While all round burners pretty much operate the same way, they may have different features. Always make sure that you have plenty of safety features to ensure that you and your employees stay safe. These burners are relatively safe to use, but you can never have too many safety features. Make sure that the manufacturer of your equipment offers a full warranty as well. This will give you peace of mind that you won’t have to spend a fortune for malfunctions or manufacturer defects.


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