https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Propane_torch

An air-only torch will burn at around 1,995 °C (3,623 °F), less if heat loss to the surroundings is taken into account.

https://sciencing.com/temperature-propane-torch-5911.html

When used in the open air, a propane-oxygen torch reaches a maximum temperature of 3,623 degrees Fahrenheit or 1,995 degrees Celsius. Propane is a  ...

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

It's replacement, MAP-Pro gas, burns slightly hotter than propane and is better ... 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.

https://www.bernzomatic.com/Products/Fuel-Cylinders/Hand-Torch-Cylinders/TX9

The Propane Hand Torch Cylinder is designed to fuel hand torches in order to complete jobs such as ... Flame temperature in air is 3,600 degrees Fahrenheit.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Bernzomatic-14-1-oz-Propane-Gas-Cylinder-304182/202044700

For use with propane-fueled torches, including Bernzomatic hand torches; Flame temperature in air of 3,600 degree F / 1982.2 degree C, ideal for smaller ...

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

Take a small air/propane torch, like the typical plumbers' torches, and one of the ... the fuel, and share in the energy release by the fuel to heat it to flame temp.

http://www.derose.net/steve/resources/engtables/flametemp.html

Apr 6, 2005 ... As a general practical guideline, consider one site's list of these heats for their jewelers' (gas/oxygen) torch: 2200°C = 3992°F, for Propane/ ...

https://www.wilhelmsen.com/marine-products/welding--surface-preparation/gas-welding--acetylene-vs-propane/

May 19, 2016 ... The flame temperature when burning Propane in Oxygen is 2800 degree C ... If you raise the torch so that the outer flame cone is used the preheat ... burn effectively, the oxygen-to-gas mixture must be within a certain range.

https://contenti.com/resources/library/gas-melt-temperature

This chart outlines the maximum temperatures at which common fuel gasses burn along with the melting points of some of the ... Many torch options available. ... Propane, 2800°F, Less expensive than acetylene and more readily available.

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

Jan 7, 2019 ... The adiabatic flame temperature for common gases in air and oxygen are given. ... in oxygen (3100°C) and either acetylene (2400°C), hydrogen (2045°C), or propane (1980°C) in the air. ... blowtorch, 1,300 °C (2,400 °F, air).