Extremely Hot, Stable Flame.
- No-Tip Safety with expanded base prevents tipping
- Allows for the average flame temperature to rise from 935°C to 1180°C
The Meker is a relatively radical sub type of the Bunsen that is designed to produce and extremely hot and stable flame. The Meker was designed around the principle that the hottest point of a flame is the outer tip of the inner flame. It features a grid that separates the flame into an array of much smaller flames, creating many more "outer tips" or zones of highest temperature.