The correct use of butane gas stove

- Sep 18, 2018-

  Butane gas stove is a must-have kitchen stove for people in daily life, but because natural gas is accompanied by danger, the correct use of butane gas stove is a problem we can't ignore.

  1. Adjust the damper. All butane gas cookers must pay attention to adjust the size of the flame and the damper, so that the burning flame is blue cone, the flame is stable; because the damper is too large, the amount of air is too much, the fire is not easy to point; the damper is too small, easy to produce red fire and not Completely burning. For butane gas stoves with flameout protection, the damper adjustment ratio is as follows: one damper that directly connects the small burner should be closed as small as possible, and the other vent door that opens to the outer ring can open one third of the fan.

  2. Correct ignition. When the butane gas cooker with the flameout protection device is ignited, press the button, and when the switch is turned on, it cannot be released immediately. At least the switch must be pressed for 3 seconds to release.

  3. Regular maintenance. Care for the cooker, keep the cooktop clean, the fire hole on the burner is easily blocked by porridge, vegetable soup, medicinal juice, dust and other contaminants. It should be decontaminated at any time, wipe off the water stains, and regularly use a small wire to dredge the stove on the stove. Vent holes to prevent clogging. The thermocouple should be sanded regularly with fine sand, and the oxides deposited on the thermocouple or the heat transfer-resistant stains should be removed to keep the cooker clean and the gas unblocked and maintain its good heat.

  4. Check frequently. Always check the sealing performance of the plug valve (the valve at the metal pipe and the rubber pipe joint), and oil it in time; often check the coupling hose for cracking and aging, and find the problem to replace the new hose in time; after burning for a long time, the temperature of the cooker Higher, to prevent dripping of cooling water, so as not to let the cooktop peel off.