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Model No: GH5501

$79.00

Auscrown Blow Torches are perfect for welding.

Blow Torch Burner

A blow torch, also known as a torch lighter or a kitchen blowtorch, is a handheld device that generates a concentrated flame to heat up various materials or surfaces. It consists of a fuel tank that stores a flammable gas, such as propane or butane and a burner head through which the gas is ignited and released as a flame.
They are commonly used in the kitchen to caramelize sugar on top of creme brulee or to sear meat to add flavour and texture. In other industries, they are used for soldering, brazing, welding and thawing frozen pipes.
The flame produced by a blow torch can reach temperatures upwards of 1300°C (2372°F), making it an essential tool for many industrial and culinary applications. The flame is adjustable, allowing users to control the intensity and size of the flame for different tasks.
When using a blow torch, it is important to follow safety precautions and to use the torch only in well-ventilated areas to avoid inhaling toxic fumes. Additionally, the flame should never be pointed at oneself or others and the torch should be stored in a safe place when not in use to prevent accidental fires.

Three main components of a blow torch: the handle, hose, and neck tube

The handle is the part of the torch that is held by the user and typically contains the fuel tank and the ignition mechanism. The handle is designed to be ergonomic and comfortable to hold, with a non-slip surface for improved grip. Our handles are light weight and windproof.
The hose is a flexible tubing that connects the handle to the neck tube. It is made of a heat-resistant material and allows the user to move the torch around while still supplying fuel to the flame. The hose also provides a means to control the flow of fuel to the flame, enabling the user to adjust the intensity of the flame.
The neck tube is the part of the torch that houses the burner head and directs the flame. It is made of metal and protects the user from the heat generated by the flame, as well as providing a stable platform for the flame to burn.