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Re: Propane Tank For A Propane Cutting Torch

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Keith Molden

02-09-2018 03:34:32




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I totally agree with what the others have said. You do not need any special hose or regulator adaptor. I use a 100lb tank and have for a long time now. They make different# tips for propane just like they do for Oxyacetylene tips. The only difference I have noted it the propane is not as hot as acetylene. Just my thoughts, Keith




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rndy3788

02-09-2018 05:29:48




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 Re: Propane Tank For A Propane Cutting Torch in reply to Keith Molden, 02-09-2018 03:34:32  
My thoughts exactly , at work in a manufacturing plant we switched to propane 10 yrs ago and I'm pretty sure just changed the nozzles on I am sure over 100 torches, OSHA practically lives there too so I'm pretty sure its safe, not as hot but you hold the end further from what you are cutting,



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1946 BN IHC

02-09-2018 07:00:47




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 Re: Propane Tank For A Propane Cutting Torch in reply to rndy3788, 02-09-2018 05:29:48  
One eventually needs to up date the hoses and the propane regulator since propane will eventually eat out the acet. hoses. Yet as is stated just change tank and tips for cutting. One can modify the brazzing type tip or purchase the modified ones. I like the oxo propane works good for all I do heating bending cutting. I will eventually up date all my old hose and regs but for now mine is second hand and for the little I do it serves its purpose now with just the cutting tip only.

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