How does the mini torch lighter ignite?
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Answer . I think most vehicles are, as I have charged a cell up with the ignition off.
There are two fuse boxes on mine. One in the engine compartment and another inside just above the drivers left foot on the side panel. It should be located in the interior loc…ation. A fuse puller and replacements are in the panel.
sadly no you cannot. Zippo lighters store Fuel (normally Naphtha , a mixture of different flammable gases) in a section of cotton stored under the chimney. The wick is thread…ed through these cotton pieces and the fuel slowly rises up through the wick and when ignited burns slowly. The reason Butane or Propane wouldn't work is because in a liquid form they both are slightly heavier than oxygen therefore they wouldn't rise into the wick this is why butane and propane torches are compressed containers but zippo has released a new butane torch which resembles a normal zippo (in some ways) and has a Torch like flame i would recommend searching for it it is the Zippo Blu
Well... it depends. There are a lot of objects purporting to be mini-torches... everything from pen-sized mini-torches to hand held jobs, to oxyacetylene torches that will tel…l you exactly what temperature ranges to expect. I'm going to assume that you are asking about mini propane torches, because those numbers are harder to find. After looking at several different propane models, the answers the manufacturers gave ranged somewhere between 2,300 degrees and 2,500 degrees as a maximum temperature. This seems to be the norm for a quality pen or handheld mini torch. However, to be SURE that you have the right range, for something like soldering or shrink tubes, you want to contact the manufacturer to make sure you can get it as hot as you need it. If you are curious as to why propane torches are vary in their temperature so much and oxy doesn't, please see my discussion at the link below. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Discuss:What_is_a_Propane_torch's_temperature_in_the_blue_flame&p=0 Hope this helps!
lol actually me and my friend had a good time with this one we took my thermamoter and light the Bic lighter and the thermo stat went around twice to a grand total of 300 degr…ees F it around 850 degrees F the only reason that the person above got 300 is because thermo stats have a spring inside that keeps it from going around several times. you would have to use one that goes to at least 1000 degrees F to get a accurate reading
Butane, but I know there's a better one though. Butane is like the standard, while you could buy higher end fuels.
One time, I torched my sword with lighter fluid. My friend, Josh Greminger, was taping it. He was covered with stains. So pretty much you should torch your sword with lighter …fluid.
You can send it back to Colibri and have it repaired for $7.50. You might be better off looking at a new Xikar ...
Not usually. Most creme brulee torches use pressurized butane gas as the fuel. This is the same as your regular BIC dollar lighter. It's the most common and cheapest, stored… in aerosol cans. But more expensive petroleum fluids, such as Zippo or other naphtha fluid commonly using in camping stoves, and gasoline are not compatible with a creme brulee torch.
Sorry, no it can't. A lighter just doesn't generate the heat needed for cooking.
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it is clear that a mini bold torch is better. The fact is that it depends on the torch phone, if it is torch 1 & 2, the OS of the mini bold torch is higher and the phone is mo…re portable,fine and convenient to use.
Using the rays from the sun, being concentrated by a large cone shaped mirror.
Mini torches can be bought at many of the common home improvement stores such as Home Depot and Lowes. Mini torches can also be found at hardware stores such as Harbor Freigh…t Tools.
Torch lights can be bought from many online retailers and stores. Light in the Box and Mini in the Box are two online options that both sell torch lighters.