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Subject: Re: oxy-gasoline cutting torch available

Date: 05/11/03 at 1:16 AM
Posted by: Doug Rodrigues
E-mail: mtnpilotdiver@msn.com
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In Reply to: Re: oxy-gasoline cutting torch available posted by Jeff on 05/11/03 at 12:27 AM:

I read-up on it. It's interesting. You have a pressurized 1.3 gallon gasoline tank pushing liquid fuel to the special designed torch that has a pre-heater...I guess something like the pre-heater gas generator in a Coleman gas lantern? You begin by first allowing some liquid fuel to the nozzle, and then firing it up and being careful not to turn it into a flame thrower. *The instructions say to be careful of where you point it when it's first lit. After warm-up, it supposedly operates like a regular cutting touch. It's made in Red China but has a U.S. patent. I sent two e-mails but never got an answer as to how much they cost. Interesting......

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