User Guide of Lampe Berger

Catalytic Burner - Structure & Functions

The catalytic burner is produced from a mixture of different raw materials through a patented process and formula. The burner head is porous with the density of approximately 3┬Ám.

When the burner head is lit, the wick first absorb the essential oil. It then stays on the tiny pores on the surface of the burner head due to the holding tension of essential oil. The patented catalytic burner's outer ring is made up of platinum alloy and will retain heat up to 500°c while the inner part at 350°c. The inner ring is made up of porcelin mixtures; it is capable of retaining heat at 60°c to allow the essential oil to vaporize without actual heating.


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