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Re: Rosebud torch

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Stick welding

04-20-2013 21:11:34
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Rosebuds can be a #6 as well as a welding tip. The number usually relates to the size of the preheat holes or the amount of gas they flow. In Victor a #6 heating tip is rather small while a #12 is a big rosebud. Purox will use a number like 70 which is how much gas it will flow. I think in CFH but would have to check to be sure. I've seen some scary things welders have done too.




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Leroy

04-21-2013 07:08:04
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 Re: Rosebud torch in reply to Stick welding, 04-20-2013 21:11:34  
I was looking at a Hobart no.6 at TSC and it said Victor compatable, my outfit is the cheaper Victor line. That is all that was on the package. Except that it would work on both acetelene and LP. When I bought this outfit new it came with 3 sizes of welding tips and 3 sizes of cutting tips. Last year during the shortage I bought the LP cutting tips but was having trouble using them. Did not use torch at all over winter and just got out last monday and used some, thought I had over a half tank of oxygen last fall, nod not check pressure in tank untill was done and ready to shut off and gauge was peged at 0 and in picking up hose I felt wind that should not have been there. Checking I found a rodent had put a tooth thru it so had to buy a new hose. And just about everything out there is acetelene only, lp rated at only one store and so high priced could not afford it, that is my gas supplyer and he was one that said didn't think tank would handle one but they cost about $165, that one I seen at TSC was $70 and same tip at Rual King is $30 so Ican't see where the welding shop one would be so much better than the hobart one for way over a hundred dollars more.

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