Buying Stephen Gensheimer burners

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Does anyone have any contact info for Stephen Gensheimer? I wanted to see about his burners.
This phone number (609-397-4551) isn't valid anymore and searches have turned up nothing.

cheers ian

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Try (609) 731-1772 this should be a good number as its from the PABA News Letter. Hope this helps. Jerry P.

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Thanks, that number works.

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Glad you got a hold of him. Steve has one of the best burners out there. For an atmostpheric burner it is the hottest one I've ever used and I have no problem with using it under different conditions Iike I have with other ones. It works great with different pressures, door open, door closed, even as a burner with a flare out in the open. Plus for all the machining he does on them they are priced reasonably. He makes a great burner and a great forge!

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I tested his burner at 5000' altitude and it worked a treat! I plan to test it at 10,000' in April...I hope the astronomers won't complain when I run a gas forge in their parking lot---during the day only of course.

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i was interested in what these burners look like but i guess he dose not have a websight
but there are lots of positive things said about them out there lol

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Bigred, I don't know how different one burner looks from another on the outside. Steve turns the inside on a lathe so even the size of the tube is right on. No mig tips here. Here's mine not long after I got it, but it was one of the prototypes and the construction is different now. I have mine is a freon tank.

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thanks for the photo randy

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