WLD-TEC GmbH unveils Fuego SCS lab gas burner

June 27, 2013

According to a press release, The Fuego SCS Series from WLD-TEC GmbH provides maximum safety and highest convenience for all flame-related applications in the laboratory. The Fuego SCS offers additionally features a new graphic display and comfort functions; the animated, self-explanatory and wordless symbol display facilitates a rapid and easy selection of all functions. To assist the user the new comfort functions provide:

According to a press release, The Fuego SCS Series from WLD-TEC GmbH provides maximum safety and highest convenience for all flame-related applications in the laboratory. The Fuego SCS offers additionally features a new graphic display and comfort functions; the animated, self-explanatory and wordless symbol display facilitates a rapid and easy selection of all functions. To assist the user the new comfort functions provide:

•    Zero-pressure shut off

•    Gas consumption display

•    Cooling reminder for inoculation loops

•    Temperature regulation for heating media

•    User account selection

•    Graphical installation instructions

•    Acoustic signals as operating aids ?

The Fuego’s design reportedly reduces air flow disturbances in laminar flow hoods. The Safety Control System SCS demonstrates new safety technology which constantly analyzes potential hazards and, if necessary, initiates safety measures, such as an interruption of the gas supply. Passive safety features include a residual heat display that will signal that the burner head is still hot in order to protect the user from burns. The adjustable automatic cut-off system inhibits unintentional ignition when the flame has not been ignited for a longer period of time. The Fuego SCS can be operated with the touch-free DoubleClick IR-Sensor, button or foot pedal. Applications from one second totwo hours are possible. The DoubleClick IR-Sensor ensures that the burner can only be ignited by activating the sensor twice. As a result, unintentional ignition or ignition due to dropping or falling objects is virtually impossible.

For additional information in ?North America contact:

Mr. Mark Newman?
Jamara Ltd.?
980 N. Michigan Avenue?
Suite 1400?
Chicago IL 60611
USA Phone: +1 310 589 3709?Fax: +1 310 589 8458?
e-mail: Jamaraltd@aol.com

For additional information in?Europe contact:

Ms. Andrea Wartewig?
WLD-TEC Gmbh?
Spandauer Weg 1?
D-37085 Göttingen?Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 551 793789?Fax: +49 (0) 551 793707
e-mail: A.Wartewig@wld-tec.com