blowtorch


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Synonyms for blowtorch

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

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It is believed the man then dropped a blowtorch on the floor as he left the shop, before fleeing the scene on foot.
The preliminary cause of the fire, officials say, stemmed from the contractor using a blowtorch to melt ice on the house's new addition foundation.
The burnt out garden after the man used a blowtorch to kill his weeds
The post Greece's deadly fire: a 'blowtorch' no one could stop appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Despite being dubbed "The Blowtorch from Spain", the rising mercury is due to the high sun following the summer solstice.
He shouted "I'm going to set you all alight" then took a blowtorch from the car, but did not ignite it.
Mr Adams said the door lock had been burned out with the blowtorch and damage totalling PS400 had been caused.
Sweetpea and Blowtorch know what it takes to throw a great party.
"To her, the glass hammer looked just looked like a blowtorch and she was understandably left terrified.
Q Can you tell me the rough value of a Radius No52 brass blowtorch made in Sweden?
Kevin Woodward, 30, had left his Eleaf iStick charging and described the pain after the blast as like someone "using a blowtorch" on his face.
This torch head screws into a standard butane and propane gas cartridge to create a handheld blowtorch. It can be used at any angle, making it useful when working in awkward places.
One thing that's fairly necessary for the traditional creme brulee is the blowtorch. I don't think this is asking too much, they're very cheap and widely available now.
The torturers then applied a blowtorch to his ankle, hand and wrist.