Butane gas stove purchase common sense safety and environmental protection is the selection criteria

- Sep 12, 2018-

  Butane gas stove is good, the key is to look at the burner. The burner has the name "heart of the cooker". As the core component of the cooker, the cost of the burner accounts for one-third of the total cost. The difference in the way the cooker enters the air is related to the safety, power and energy-saving performance of the cooker.

  The air intake mode of the embedded butane gas stove burner is divided into two types: “upward wind” and non-complete upwind. The best way to get in the air is to go up the wind. At present, the Italian Sabafu, which is mainly used in China, is a professional manufacturer of “upward wind” type burners. Experts commented: "The burner in this way has reliable safety - the glass panel will not explode due to tempering, it is very clean and good for maintaining a healthy atmosphere. However, its air intake is slightly Small, the heat load of the burner is difficult to meet the high standard requirements.” Experts also said that at present, most of the so-called “upward wind” type cookers in China are not really fully enclosed “upwind”.

  Incomplete air intake includes: “side air intake”, “post-intake wind”, “downward wind”, “three-dimensional air intake”, etc. It is characterized by large firepower, and the firepower can be adjusted to meet the needs of the people. The disadvantage is cleaning. Poor, especially in the presence of safety hazards, tempering may cause tempered glass panels to burst.

  The mainstream and direction of the development of embedded butane gas stoves should be completely upwind burners. This has become the consensus of experts in the industry. The main reason is that it is clean, safe and environmentally friendly. The representative burner is Italy Sabaf. However, the fully-introduced embedded butane gas stove is generally small in thermal power, and the heat flow is generally only about 3.1kw. The center fire is generally not adjustable in use. After a period of use, the consumer feels “invisible”.