Re: [pop-pop-steamboats] Re: Tony - meths lamps, wick tubes, Parasene torches
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From: "zoomkat" <Zoomkat@...>
Sent: Saturday, November 05, 2011 3:17 PM
Subject: [pop-pop-steamboats] Re: Tony - meths lamps, wick tubes, Parasene
>A typical plumber's blowlamp is only intended for soft soldering, but if it
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "David Halfpenny \(y\)"
> <david.halfpenny@...> wrote:
>> All these options are excellent for soldering and silver-brazing, and
>> differences between them are purely matters of convenience.
> There seems to be confusion creeping in between firing a boiler and
> making a boiler. As far as constructing a boiler, there is a world of
> difference between soldering and true silver brazing. Silver brazing
> requires a high temperature torch capable of heating the material to at
> least 1300 deg. F., higher than the capability of the typical soldering
can give a blue flame with a pale blue inner cone it is hot enough for
silver brazing. How big a piece it will braze depends on the size of the
flame. The hottest part of the flame (as you'll know but others may not) is
just beyond the blue cone.
The Go System torches are all labelled with the flame temperature they can
The lowest is 1300C (not F).
- View Source--- In email@example.com, "David Halfpenny \(y\)" <david.halfpenny@...> wrote:
>Thanks, for a tiny leak that's a good idea, if I cannot fix the leak completely.
> . . . . Just fit the torch to the can, get the job done and then store your torch
> OFF the can and you'll be OK.
> If a can bubbles under water on its own, then I'm less sure about that.I suspected the can itself too but it passed the underwater test.