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Synonyms for blowlamp

a burner that mixes air and gas to produce a very hot flame

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Following the incident she said on Twitter: "Apparently saying you could put a blow torch to my neck is a commonly used phrase for 'brass neck' not ever heard before, so not a threat.
As they probably did not know (what to do), they used a blow torch to try to cut open the bomb," said police superintendentKamthorn Uicharoen.
Dollop a tablespoon of meringue mix onto each doughnut then flash them under a hot grill or use a blow torch (very exciting) to brown the tops.
If you do not have a blow torch you can make a separate caramel in a saucepan and pour on top of each pudding.
Using a blow torch burn the sugar evenly and leave to set hard.
Thomas McGuinness was said to have spent an hour torturing the other soldier, using knives, a hypodermic syringe and a blow torch.
A blow torch is the unusual on-pack offer from The Serious Food Company's Creme Brulee trio.
The new Easyweld aluminium welding rods from Durafix Easyweld operate without flux and, because their working temperature is 392[degrees]C, can be used with any standard hand-held blow torch.
Since then, Owens hired agent Drew Rosenhaus, the equivalent of pairing a gas can with blow torch.
We had reservations for the annual Blow Torch Collectors Association (BTCA) Convention.
This makes it far easier to open these pipe fittings for periodic inspection and cleaning, instead of having to use a wrench with a "cheater" bar (a short length of pipe placed over the end of the wrench handle) or having to use a blow torch to heat the old fittings and pipe plugs.
Teledyne Brown's "water sabre" is a high pressure water jet designed to cut through metal, similar to a blow torch, to allow bomb squads access to a container