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  • Amazon.com: oxygen acetylene torch kit

    ZenStyle Oxygen & Acetylene Gas Cutting Torch and Welding Kit Portable Oxy Brazing Welder Tool Set with Two Hose,Regulator Gauges,Storage Case. 4.4 out of 5 stars. 553. $151.99. $151. . 99. 5% coupon applied at checkout. Save 5% with coupon.

  • How hot can an oxygen acetylene torch get?

    An acetylene flame burns at about 4m500 degrees Fahrenheit (2,500 Celsius) if mixed with common air. If acetylene is mixed with pure oxygen as in an oxyacetylene torch, the resulting flame will be up to 6,300 degrees Fahrenheit (3,480 Celsius).

  • Amazon.com: Oxygen-Acetylene torch set

    ZenStyle Oxygen & Acetylene Gas Cutting Torch and Welding Kit Portable Oxy Brazing Welder Tool Set with Two Hose,Regulator Gauges,Storage Case. 4.4 out of 5 stars. 566. $149.99. $149.

  • Do I need to use acetylene for soldering?

    For soldering, air/acetylene systems are preferred . The flame characteristics allow lower heat input and reduce the risk of overheating solder and flux. Flame characteristics and brazing. The fact that an oxygen/acetylene flame has a higher temperature has already been mentioned.

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    ZenStyle Oxygen & Acetylene Gas Cutting Torch and Welding Kit Portable Oxy Brazing Welder Tool Set with Two Hose,Regulator Gauges,Storage Case 4.4 out of 5 stars 565 $149.99 $ 149 . 99

  • Why is acetylene used as welding gas?

    Acetylene is used as fuel for oxy-cutting and oxy-welding . When mixed with oxygen, it's the most effective gas to form a flame hot enough to cut and weld most metals with ease. It's more expensive than some other fuel types, but it's the best type of fuel to use.

  • Amazon.com: oxygen and acetylene welding kit

    Stark Gas Welding & Cutting Torch Kit Oxy Acetylene Oxygen Brazing Professional Set Victor Type, Carrying Case. 4.5 out of 5 stars. 42. $139.95. $139. .

  • How do you produce acetylene?

    Acetylene is produced by any of three methods: by reaction of water with calcium carbide, by passage of a hydrocarbon through an electric arc, or by partial combustion of methane with air or oxygen.