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Torch, Propane, 39 In L, 10 ft Hose, 500,000

LINCOLN ELECTRIC

Price: $86.35 / each

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  • Item # 12C086
  • Mfr. Model # KH825-01
  • UNSPSC # 23171517
  • Catalog Page # 1397
  • Shipping Weight 5.05 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemTorch
  • TypePropane
  • SeriesInferno
  • IgnitorManual (Striker included)
  • FuelPropane
  • HeadRound
  • Length39"
  • Flame TypeAdjustable
  • Propane Btus per Hour500,000
  • CharacteristicsThe Inferno Torch Features Up To 500,000 BTU Output, Solid Brass Valve For Flame Adjustment Offers Superior Durability And Long Life, 10 Ft. Liquid Propane (Lp) Gas Hose Is CSA Approved, Lightweight Torch Head Is Designed With Extremely Strong Yet Lightweight Steel, Ensuring Easier Operation Than Heavy Cast Iron Competitors, Long Plastic Handle Cover Minimizes Heat Transfer To User During Operation, Works With 20, 50 Or 100 lb. Propane Cylinders
  • ApplicationUses Include Home, Farm, Industrial And Construction Applications, Including Road Surface Repair, Paint Removal, Burning Brush, Weeds And Stumps, Melting Snow And Ice, Heating Frozen Pipes, Roof Repair And Much More
  • Includes10 ft. LP Gas Hose, Flint Striker
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You can use a standard 20-40-100LB propane tank with the Inferno. The same kind that you can pick up at most gas stations or hardware stores.
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Approximate Flame Temperature: 2050 Degrees F
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No fitting is needed. The hose already has the fitting on it to connect to standard propane tanks.
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