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A propane torch is a tool for burning the flammable gas propane. The maximum adiabatic flame temperature a propane torch can achieve with air (3,623 °F). Some propane torches are also used with a tank of pure oxygen.

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not as hot as map gas which is propane and oxygen mixed


With the correct mixture of Acetylene and Oxygen the flame can reach 5,000F or more. Other fuels (Propane etc.) do not create temperatures this high.


In general, yes. The average propane torch will be more than adequate to do the job, as long as the block of silver isn't too large or the torch too small. Silver melts at 961.78 °C, or 1763.2 °F, and the propane torch can burn at something close to 1000°C.


Heat the tip with a propane or MAP gas torch until it is red hot. Quench it in cold water.


A propane torch produces an intense flame burning at around 2,000 degrees Celsius. This allows propane torches to be used for low-temperature welding applications, soldering and brazing.


Most use propane, but you can use acetylene also. Just as long as you don't get it too hot. Propane will not melt copper, but acetylene will.


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Yes. It is very easy to do.


A propane torch heats up to about 3600°F glass will generally melt at the mid to high 2000°F. So yes, it should melt it.


You can't melt water, as it is already melted. But if you mean ice, then take your pick. You can use fire, warm hands, your breath, sunlight, a hot lamp, an oxyacetylene torch, acetylene torch, propane torch, red hot metal, etc. Essentially anything warmer than 32 F (0 C) can melt water.


Yes, propane will burn as same as butane.


yes it can but apparently isn't ideal. we run acetylene regs on our propane torch.


You need a propane torch and iron matrice



The propane used to burn is used up. Significantly reducing the weight


Apply fire from torch to silver. Try not to touch yourself during this crucial moment.


Infared waves are hot. they can be used in place of electric or propane to cook food, and as such they can burn people with prolonged exposure.


If your torch reaches 1064C you can, but if the torch can't get that hot then you cannot.


Try a simple propane torch first. If that will not work you may have to try a acetylene torch.


Yes, if you mean a "torch" with a flame, such as a propane or butane torch. An electric flashlight, known as a torch in British English, would not have enough heat to set off an ordinary sprinkler.


propane uses range greatly. The common uses relate to heat, whether it is for a propane gas grill, torch, water heater, etc. there are also some unusual uses like propane powered vehicles.


propane uses range greatly. The common uses relate to heat, whether it is for a propane gas grill, torch, water heater, etc. there are also some unusual uses like propane powered vehicles.


propane uses range greatly. The common uses relate to heat, whether it is for a propane gas grill, torch, water heater, etc. there are also some unusual uses like propane powered vehicles.


propane uses range greatly. The common uses relate to heat, whether it is for a propane gas grill, torch, water heater, etc. there are also some unusual uses like propane powered vehicles.



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