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Synonyms for blowtorch

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

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Police believe they were using blowtorches because scorch marks were discovered on the machines.
After that, I started seeing blowtorches everywhere, but predominantly at farm sales," she continued.
Using a 150-ton crane, drills and blowtorches, an Israeli team was trying to free a woman named Rose trapped in a very difficult spot in the collapsed Ufundi Cooperative building adjacent to the embassy.
To melt the hundreds of pounds of cheese, chefs used giant blowtorches much in the same way they would to make a creme brulee.
In the final series about Duff and his crazy crew, watch and be amazed as they use power tools, drills and blowtorches to create out-of-the-ordinary cakes.
THIEVES used blowtorches to steal thousands of pounds in four raids on cash machines.
I have a miscellaneous collection of old tools, blowtorches, John Deere tractors and farm tools.
Emergency crews guided by voices under the rubble used cranes, sledgehammers, blowtorches and their hands to try to reach the youngsters, who had been celebrating Hallowe'en in San Giuliano di Puglia, north-east of Naples, Italy.
Rescue workers picked through the wreckage with a crane and pried open the metal siding with blowtorches.