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A propane torch can reach temperatures of up to 3,623 degrees Fahrenheit when used in the open air. The flame generated by a propane torch is made of an inner and outer flame. The inner flame is dark blue, while the oute... More »

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Some recommended kinds of propane soldering torches include the Smith Little Torch, MECO Midget Torch and the Hoke Torch, according to GemSociety.org. These torches are commonly used for making jewelry. More »

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