Hobart, Washington (PressExposure) May 24, 2008 -- Cutting Torches Information and all about Gentec Torches, and Acetylene Oxygen Torches at new section on Metal Casting website that is all about Casting Torchess. The new Cutting Torches Casting section can be accessed by users and non-users by visiting the following web address: http://www.metalcastingzone.com/casting-torches/.
Here is an excerpt from the Home Metal Casting Furnaces section page on Metal Casting Zone:
âTypes of Torches: The torch can be defined as the part held and manipulated by the welder to get the weld made. It possesses a valve and connection for oxygen and the same things for fuel gas, a handle to obtain the grip, an integrating chamber (angularly set) where there occurs a mixing of oxygen and fuel gas, with a tip where formation of flame takes place. The fuel gases used along with oxygen include propylene, propane, hydrogen gas, MAPP gas, Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), and the most widely used is acetylene.
Injector Torch: It can be defined as an archetypal oxy-fuel torch, also known as an equal-pressure torch. It carries out the mixing of mere two gases. The injector torch operates in such a way that high pressure oxygen comes out of the tiny nozzle present in the torch head, and the fuel gas gets dragged towards it via the venturi effect.
Rose-bud Torch: The use of this torch is to carry out the heating of metals for straightening, bending, etc. It is generally used where a huge area requires heating. It produces a rose-bud shaped flame at the end, hence the name. This torch can carry out the function of heating small areas like rusted bolts and nuts as well. However, here, filler rod wonât be used with torch.â
The new Casting Torches webpage is there to provide users with all of the information they need on cutting torches and learning the basics of Gentec Torches. It can be visited for free at: http://www.metalcastingzone.com/casting-torches/. This new section of Cutting Torches information will continue to be updated with the latest and greatest information on the basics of casting torches at: http://www.metalcastingzone.com.