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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Propane_torch

A propane torch is a tool normally used for the application of flame or heat which uses propane, a hydrocarbon gas, for its fuel. Propane is one of a group of by-products of the natural gas and petroleum industries known as liquefied petroleum gas or LPG. Propane and other fuel torches are most commonly used in the manufacturing, construction and metal-working industries.

www.engineeringtoolbox.com/flame-temperatures-gases-d_422.html

Adiabatic Flame Temperatures - Adiabatic flame temperature hydrogen, methane, propane and octane - in Kelvin; Butane - Dynamic and Kinematic Viscosity - Online calculators, figures and tables showing dynamic and kinematic viscosity of liquid and gaseous butane, C 4 H 10, at varying temperarure and pressure, SI and Imperial units

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gas_burner

A gas burner is a device that produces a controlled flame by mixing a fuel gas such as acetylene, natural gas, or propane with an oxidizer such as the ambient air or supplied oxygen, and allowing for ignition and combustion. The flame is generally used for the heat, infrared radiation, or visible light it produces.

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While propane-oxygen combinations can reach a maximum temperature of 3,623 degrees F, or 1,995 degrees C, a propane-butane torch only goes up to 2237 degrees F, 1225 degrees C. A torch flame consists of two cones, an outer light blue flame and an inner dark blue flame. The hottest point in the flame can be found at the tip of the inner flame.

juxtamorph.com/butane-versus-propane-which-is-hotter

It’s the combination of higher flame temperature, and higher flame velocity, that allows propane or natural gas to perform better in our applications. In a commercial heating fixture like a furnace, the appliance is designed to extract as much of the total energy produced by the fuel as possible, so then the actual flame temp makes little ...

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A blue LPG - Propane flame colour burns at a temperature of around 1,980°C.. A natural gas (methane) blue flame burns at about 1,960°C. A yellow gas flame is indicative of incomplete combustion and carbon monoxide emissions.

www.engineeringtoolbox.com/adiabatic-flame-temperature-d_996.html

A combustion process without heat loss or gain is called adiabatic.. Adiabatic flame temperatures for some common fuel gases like hydrogen, methane, propane and octane - with oxygen or air as oxidizers in a constant pressure adiabatic reaction - are indicated below:

www.hunker.com/13415241/mapp-gas-vs-propane-gas

Because it heats copper faster and to a higher temperature, MAP-Pro gas is a superior alternative to propane for soldering. If you opt to use it, the manufacturer recommends using a specially designed torch. Adding oxygen to the flame raises the temperature to 5,200 F, which is suitable for cutting and welding steel when precision is not required.

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Patio heaters can add comfort on the chilliest nights by raising the nearby outdoor temperature up to 30 degrees Fahrenheit. Flame Lighting. Real flame lighting creates an unforgettable look for outdoor spaces, and can be used for walkways, general lighting, and more.

www.thoughtco.com/flame-temperatures-table-607307

This is a list of flame temperatures for various common fuels. Adiabatic flame temperatures for common gases are provided for air and oxygen. For these values, the initial temperature of air, gas, and oxygen are 20 °C. MAPP is a mixture of gases, chiefly methyl acetylene, and propadiene with other hydrocarbons.