10 Best Lab Bunsen Burners

List Updated January 2021

Bestselling Lab Bunsen Burners in 2021


Eisco Labs Bunsen Burner Starter Set - Premium Burner and Neoprene Tubing (LP Model)

Eisco Labs Bunsen Burner Starter Set - Premium Burner and Neoprene Tubing (LP Model)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021
  • Liquid propane gas bunsen burner
  • Aluminum burning mixer tube with brass flame stabilizer
  • 60cm Neoprene Tubing Included
  • Base diameter - 80mm, height - 160mm, burner tube diameter - 13mm
  • Die cast zinc alloy base

Liquid Propane Micro Bunsen Burner, StabiliBase Anti-Tip Design with Handle, with Flame Stabilizer, LP Eisco Labs

Liquid Propane Micro Bunsen Burner, StabiliBase Anti-Tip Design with Handle, with Flame Stabilizer, LP Eisco Labs
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021

CynKen Lab Bunsen Burner Tripod Cast Iron Support Stand

CynKen Lab Bunsen Burner Tripod Cast Iron Support Stand
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • This instrument can be used with alcohol lamp, asbestos nets,
  • The above first put asbestos network, then add beakers, flasks, etc.
  • The following can be put alcohol lamp for heating
  • Suitable for teaching physics and chemistry, laboratory, and other fields.

Eisco Labs Natural Gas Bunsen Burner with Flame Stabilizer and Air Vent Adjustment

Eisco Labs Natural Gas Bunsen Burner with Flame Stabilizer and Air Vent Adjustment
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • Natural gas bunsen burner
  • Aluminum burning mixer tube with brass flame stabilizer
  • Accepts 6 to 8mm tubing
  • Base diameter - 80mm, height - 160mm, burner tube diameter - 13mm
  • Die cast zinc alloy base

Eisco Labs Liquid Propane Bunsen Burner with Flame Stabilizer and Air Vent Adjustment

Eisco Labs Liquid Propane Bunsen Burner with Flame Stabilizer and Air Vent Adjustment
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • Liquid propane gas bunsen burner
  • Aluminum burning mixer tube with brass flame stabilizer
  • Accepts 6 to 8mm tubing
  • Base diameter - 80mm, height - 160mm, burner tube diameter - 13mm
  • Die cast zinc alloy base

Eisco Labs Premium Bunsen Burner with Flame Stabilizer and Gas Adjustment

Eisco Labs Premium Bunsen Burner with Flame Stabilizer and Gas Adjustment
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Premium bunsen burners with air flow and gas adjustments
  • Overall height is 6.5"
  • Accepts 6mm to 8mm inlet tubing

Bunsen Burner Control Valve Regulator

Bunsen Burner Control Valve Regulator
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • Low pressure control valve regulator for bunsen burners.
  • The regulator screws directly onto a standard 14 or 16 oz. propane cylinder.
  • The gas line attaches to a 1/4" serrated brass barb .
  • The regulator features a push safety locking on-off valve and a high-med-low range.

Bacterial Inoculating Loops - Holder (8 inch) and Five Reusable Nichrome Wire Tips (2.2 inch)

Bacterial Inoculating Loops - Holder (8 inch) and Five Reusable Nichrome Wire Tips (2.2 inch)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021

Eisco Labs Bunsen Burner Starter Set - Premium Burner and Neoprene Tubing (Natural Gas Model)

Eisco Labs Bunsen Burner Starter Set - Premium Burner and Neoprene Tubing (Natural Gas Model)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Natural gas bunsen burner
  • Aluminum burning mixer tube with brass flame stabilizer
  • 60cm Neoprene Tubing Included
  • Base diameter - 80mm, height - 160mm, burner tube diameter - 13mm
  • Die cast zinc alloy base

Eisco Labs Simple Bunsen Burner - LPG (Liquified Petroleum Gas) - No Flame Stabilizer

Eisco Labs Simple Bunsen Burner - LPG (Liquified Petroleum Gas) - No Flame Stabilizer
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • 6" height x 3" diameter base
  • Tube Diameter 11mm
  • Stable circular base
  • No Flame Stabilizer

Hangover Music to Get You Going

I've run scientific tests with a lot of graduated cylinders, bunsen burners, and white lab coats to bring you our contributors' lists of music for those "special mornings."

Whatever the case, today you do not feel like yourself. In fact today, you just drag your face across your pillow to greet the morning with a queasy "blehhhhh". Now what do you do? At this point you know the only thing that will make you feel human again is time. We understand your pain. I've run scientific tests with a lot of graduated cylinders, bunsen burners, and white lab coats to bring you our contributors' lists of music for those "special mornings." While these albums will not make your headache go away like better judgement the night before, they will hopefully make that recovery time a little more bearable. So draw those shades, curl back up in the fetal position, take two aspirin and set the volume on "barley" audible.

Hangover music picked by Me

T-Rex - Electric Warrior (1971)
For those mornings where you can somehow still half-drunkenly walk around your messy apartment with little struggle. You know what's great for those special mornings? Glam Rock. You know what's better? Glam rock with hushed drums and sleepy horns that make you feel like a diamond clad wizard. Electric Warrior's groove will speed your recovery just fine, but don't be-bop to much; you might get dizzy.

Cowboy Junkies - The Trinity Sessions (1988)
For those mornings where you feel more comfortable laying down and the weight of regret and sadness is perched on your headboard like an albatross. Maybe you're not sad and don't actually own a headboard or an albatross. Maybe you just like hearing what a ghost town sounds like just before dawn. Slow, weathered, and full of sorrow, The Trinity Sessions is the sound of tears running over a dusty cheek. So don't worry, I'm sure she didn't mean it. Everyone says crazy things sometimes when they're wasted; Its not your fault.

The Dead Texan - the Dead Texan (2004)
For those mornings where you're completely still, scared to move. Where silent prayer is your last resort. You are only getting up once, because your organs are going to fall into your feet if you stand one more second. My roommate once said the best form of music for truly awful hangovers is the sonic equivalent to a lava lamp. While he also swears by the work of Sunn O))) when he wakes up sick, there is something special about drumless drone. This album is perfect to soothe a sour stomach and devastating headache, but ineffective in drowning out the Sunn O))) coming from the room next to you.

I hate hangovers more than I hate pop music -- and I really have it out for pop music. Regardless, when shit hits the fan, I forget to chug two bottles of water before I pass out on the floor, and I wake up with that unbearably sharp pain behind my eyes and general sense of lethargy, I need some sweet tunes to keep myself from ripping my hair out (or someone else's for that matter). Generally, I'm huge on technical stuff that makes my brain struggle to keep up with what I'm hearing. However, hangover time is rest time, and rest requires docility.

Radiohead - Amnesiac (2001)
Ahh Radiohead, so simple and soothing. It's like a little microscopic nurses inside my worn and torn brain cells administering morphine IVs to the neurons when I put on "Pyramid Song". Nothing on this album is confrontational or overly aggressive, and you can consistently keep it at a pretty high volume and be rather comfortable.

Weather Report - Weather Report (1971)
Sometimes, when you have those especially bad hangovers where you legitimately can't handle almost anything but being stationary and completely sedated, you need something that you can just drift away to until you can comfortably and safely interact with society. Weather Report's self-titled debut certainly does that for me -- it just makes me want to go back to sleep and pretend that the awful morning I'm experiencing simply doesn't exist.

Philip Glass - Koyaanisqatsi (1983)
In worst case scenarios, where I am forced to wake up at some bizarre early-morning hour and utilize the toilet for something other than standard purposes (aka hugging the bowl), it's usually hard for me to fall back asleep when I get back in bed. Mr. Glass generally facilitates this process with his uncomplicated minimalist approach to sound, and I pass out within a couple minutes of listening to "Vessels". I just pretend I'm on some celestial cloud floating into a sea of beautiful women.

The science of beating hangovers isn't easy as we all know. Anything can happen as you're partying out and getting drunk, but after a lot of experimentation (hell yeah!), I've narrowed my special hangover albums to three different situations.

Jazz Liberatorz - Force Be With You (2005)
Yeah, you got totally wasted and you don't really remember half of what happened last night. So what if you've been txting your ex all night, and you lost all chances to get laid just because you slightly passed out on the floor, shoes on and all. The least you can do is make a nice cup of coffee, act cool and say to yourself: "Hell yeah, it's monday!".

Iggy Pop - Raw Power (1973)
Last night was awesome. You went out with that chick you liked, and you found out you are the coolest drunk alive. You might not really remember what happened after 1:00 in the morning, but it's totally cool, since she's naked on your bed and she looks way more drunk than you. Yeah, this is it! A great album to wake her up fast and send her home.

Beastie Boys - The Mix Up (2020)
So it's more or less like in situation #2, but suddenly you wake up with a bigger headache than you expected, you're late for work, and you noticed you came home with the wrong girl (very, very wrong girl). Chill out, take the day off (you're getting fired if you show up like this anyway), and just wait for her to leave. Then get back to bed, breathe, and let last night just fade away into the music.

It's difficult to take much time to select music whilst under the effects of a nasty hangover, but if you can swing it, the right selection can do wonders. Because the simplicity and calming virtues required are too often broken up by loud, "dynamic" pieces on an album, the perfect choice (requiring no painful track skipping) is a bit more difficult to find. Here are three options, all of them good for even the worst, pissed-yourself-vomit-encrusted-car-in-the-front-yard debacles.

Arvo Pärt - Te Deum (1993)
Not as flashy or rapper-sampled as Steve Reich, Arvo Pärt often gets the short end of the stick when it comes to contemporary classical. But his mind numbingly simple and pleasant choral pieces are the ultimate aural antidote to head pain. Unlike Reich's trancey, drug-friendly hypnotics, Te Deum starts unassumingly and never grows to more than a flat-lined harmony. Best of all, it easily recedes to the background, an objective that is most desirable in hung over situations. The chorus rises and falls in time to your heaving and retching, with long, calm spells in between for rest and intermittent sips of water.

Breathe Owl Breathe - Climb In (2005)
I figure there's only room for one album per genre here, so I won't pontificate on Erik Satie when there's local folk to be discussed. The best "scene" in my town is the lo-fi super gentle folk movement, heavily influenced by K Records and the like. Breathe Owl Breathe is from a little place not too far away, and so they're always doing a thing around here, with their nice cello/guitar interplay, simple lyrics, and melodies. This album is a bit older -- before they expanded into a band -- and it could be my favorite of theirs. Not only does it contain the Pepto-Bismolic qualities of a good soft hangover album, but it also is overflowing with innocent, childlike lyrics to get you back in touch with whatever you lost the previous, debauched night.

Boards of Canada - In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country (2000)
One of my all time favorite artists is Boards of Canada, because they perform the basic task of pop music perfectly - to create incredible melodies in mysterious ways. I have no idea how they make the sounds they make (other than that it has something to do with Satan and backmasking), but their instrumental electronica is so deceptively smooth that it can wash away any crusty stuff from the night before. Most of their albums have the prerequisite glitchy IDM track or two or creepy samples of little children, neither of which are quite hangover-friendly. Their latest album "The Campfire Headphase" is a good exception, but I went with this one (despite the Koresh samples) thanks to its brilliant musicality and evocative sense of place; an important thing to have when you're confused about where you are.

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