Oxy Gasoline Cutting

Jul 19, 2011

Are you able to weld with oxy-gasoline?

I understand oxy-gasoline is a great for cutting but how about welding?

How hot may be the flame? Hot enough to weld with?

Q: Why can’t you weld using the Petrogen Torch?

A: Welding means melting two pieces together. Melting takes a neutral flame, neither oxidizing nor carburizing. Gasoline burns only within an oxidizing mode and can’t weld. Once the steel touches, it burns.

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