Propane has a maximum flame temperature of 3,595 degrees Fahrenheit. This value indicates the highest intensity of heat that propane gas generates when it is burning. More »

Since gas-based hot water heaters burn natural gas or propane, they require venting to keep potentially dangerous gases out of the building. In general, this gas venting is automatic and requires no extra power, but unit... More »

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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 »

Propane and natural gas burn at nearly equal flame temperatures (3,560 degrees Fahrenheit). However, propane yields more energy per unit volume than natural gas does. For many years it was a commonly held belief that pro... More »

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 »

Room temperature is an expression that describes a comfortable indoor temperature, which, for most people is around 70 degrees Fahrenheit. A comfortable temperature is a heat level that feels neither hot nor cold. More »

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If the term lukewarm is in reference to a liquid like milk or water for a recipe, then this temperature is anywhere between 98 to 105 degrees Fahrenheit. This temperature also is comparable to combining one part of water... More »