Chesneau Lamp

YKSMM: 1990.96
Manufacturer
Unknown
Subject
Flame-Safety Lamp

The Chesneau Lamp was invented by the President of the French Fire-Damp Commission by Mons. G. Chesneau in 1892. It was an improved version of the Pieler lamp. Like the Pieler, it used alcohol and was used only for gas testing.

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