Can you use citrenella as lighter fuel?
Have not tried that. I would only use tripple filtered butane. Even the cedar matches will leave a after taste in the cigar. (some do prefer cedar matches)
no, it can't be used because it is a bit more flammable and is can cause the lighter to explode because of the pressure
If you are talking about camping oil or charcoal lighter fluid NO.
preferably you should use official zippo light fluid but another you can use is basic lighter fluid.
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the way to make a rocket lighter is not to hard depending on what you want to do. You can use lighter materials, use a different type of fuel, change the shape.
I have a product manual for a WIN lighter that indicates for a #1400, #1900, #2100 series ...BUTANE FUEL will give best results. In fact, it advertises WIN BUTANE FUEL and WIN flints. Hope this helps. Diana
Lighter, because there is less fuel and all the moisture has gone from the fuel.
no coz, 1. how r u going to get it in and im pretty sure tiki torch fuel and zippo fuel are different so stick to ths safe side and use zippo brand lighter fuel
Zippo Lighter FLuid, Ronson lighter fluid and Coleman Stove/Lantern white gas are all the same. They are all Naphtha, a type of low octane clean burning fuel.
The classic Zippo lighter uses naphtha-based lighter fluid, stored in the body at atmospheric pressure and conducted to the spark wheel by means of a braided fabric wick. Butane lighter fuel is a gas at atmospheric pressure; in butane lighters, the fuel must be stored under moderate pressure. Thus, it is not suitable for a classic Zippo.
Some lighter vehicles still use fuel pumps. I have a friend that just found a 1989 Ford Ranger. It has a 2.9L V-6. Rangers are small vehicles.
Modern rockets use liquid fuel instead of solid fuel because it is a lot safer than using other fuels like nuclear fuels. They are also lighter than solid fuels.
i have a win lighter with instructions and it uses butane from my research on line looks like all slim line electric or touch sensor start ones do hope this helps lori
Butane lighters burn hotter but use up fuel fast compared to regular lighter fluid lighters which do not burn as hot but do not use up fuel as fast. ** The answer is found in chemistry. Butane is a specific chemical, ie. C4H10; an alkane with four carbons and ten hydrogens. Lighter fluid is not so specific in its contents - it is generally defined as a highly combustible (thus high octane) hydrocarbon; Naptha.
The wheel is smaller and lighter. It changes: The amount of storage space fuel economy cost to build the car
you can use the lighter output,but not the lighter itsself.
no oil is lighter then water (not as dens) fuel is lighter then water so i would say the ingreedience combined wouldn't make it heavier
We mine uranium for use as a nuclear fuel. The uranium is separated from ore, and may undergo enrichment to separate out the lighter U-235 nuclide from the heavier U-238 one.
the lightest fuel i know of is hydrogen its easily obtained from electrolysis of water
It is the fuel that burns to produce the flame.
No, it is petroleum based and is not an acid.
When my dad was in the Navy, his friends used to use jet-fighter fuel to refill their Zippos, so I don't see why regular petrol should be any different. Just be very careful if you use petrol - do it outdoors, wipe the lighter after filling and wash your hands before lighting, as petrol is extremely volatile!
She needed to carry a lot of fuel to fly long distances without stopping. A lighter weight will use less fuel per mile and a larger percentage of the total weight could be the fuel if the plane itself weighed as little as possible.
Who cares? Ronsonal works just as well in a Zippo lighter as Zippo fuel does.
It depends on the type of fuel, and the temperature. Gasoline is lighter than diesel, which is in turn lighter than kerosene, and all carbon-based fuels expand with temperature, so hotter fuel weighs less per volume.
Using anything but a naptha lighter fluid will void the warranty..and they are warrantied for life. It's not worth it. There are several naptha lighter fluids out there, so hunt around. Official Zippo fluid is available online at the Zippo site.
You can't use zippo lighter fluid in the visol phantom lighter as it requires butane. Zippo fluid is mostly naphtha.
behind the ash tray remove the ash tray remove the ash tray enclosure, remove the cigarette lighter remove the cigarette lighter cover, just pull it with your fingers remove the cigarette lighter enclosure. use a small Philips screwdriver to remove two (2) small screws. the fuel pump relay is the one on the left, center row. it is usually color white / beige. pull it straight up.
As an experiment, and after alot of time on Wikipedia, I'm in the process of trying this. I tipped a dribble of Coleman Fuel on the bottom of an upturned coffee mug and lit it. It burned beautifully with NO smoke. I tried it with proper Swan lighter fluid and it burned exactly the same but with plenty of smoke. My zippo is currently in bits on a radiator drying out so I can try… Read More
Most modern lighters use butane. It is liquid under pressure but vaporizes when released. Butane lighters have no wick and make a slight hissing sound when in use. Lighters with a wick use a liquid fuel that is naphtha-based.
Yes. It is highly flammable. Aerosol cans use propane and butane as propellants. Those same gasses are fuel for gas grills and lighter fluid respectively.
No. It is a hazardous gas. It should NOT be ingested or sniffed.
It might be that your wick is worn out or that you are out of fuel. It might be that your wick is worn out or that you are out of fuel.
Yes you can but be careful so you don't burn yourself. The chimney (the thing on top with holes) gets hot. Be sure to clean the wick and flint. To apply the gas or lighter fluid pull up on the chimney (but don't crush it!). The fuel container should come out. Then CAREFULLY pour the gas or lighter fluid into the packing. Make sure it doesn't over flow. Then put the fuel container back it… Read More
no use lighter fluid
Absolutely not, you should only use Zippo Lighter fluid. If you're in a pinch, Ronson lighter fluid works too.
Absolutely not. Try to use only Zippo lighter fluid in a zippo lighter. Ronson lighter fluid will work too if that's all you have.
Lighter weight, more aerodynamic, and more fuel efficient engines, transmissions, and tires.
The wick of the Zippo is made of non-flammable fibre and is wrapped in braided copper wire. Cotton wool, or similar, is packed around the wick in the body of the lighter. This cotton wool is impregnated with lighter fluid. When the Zipo is struck, the wheel grinds sparks off the flint which ignites fuel that has soaked up the wick. The fuel impregnating the wick heats until it becomes a gas, at which point… Read More
depends on if you are going lighter or darker. If darker use a 10 if lighter use a 20
about a week or two
NO ! -Use white to make grey lighter.
One can buy butane fuel in various packs and sizes for a cigarette lighter online from websites like Amazon and eBay. Alternatively, one can check brand name stores like Walmart.
For the man that keeps deleting my answer.. this guy is wondering whats a good household substitute he can use.. HOUSEHOLD.. Rubbing Alcohol works nicely.. cool blue flame too. : You can use any fuel based liquid as long as the flash point is lower than the Naptha liquid used in Zippo and Ronson lighter fluids. : Using higher flash point fuel is dangerous because the metal chimney (one with holes) gets hot, and the… Read More
Lighter internal parts Where can i find cigerette lighters internal parts like the rubber hose that connects the fuel tank to the burner of the lighter.?
You can't buy those. You'll probably need to take it out of another lighter.
It reduces the total fuel needed, making possible the use of smaller lighter and less expensive booster rockets.
Well the higher the developer is the faster it shall get to being lighter. So if you use 30 you shall get lighter hair faster.
Use to use Avgas fuel. Now use ultra fuel or diesel Fuel or jet fuel.
Aluminum is less dense than steel and still has very usable strength. This allows a vehicle constructed of aluminum to be lighter than a vehicle made primarily of steel. Since less energy is required to move less mass (weight) the same distance (e.g., a mile), lighter cars can be more fuel efficient.