Tell us what type of torches you are using and how many torches are in the studio
and we can specify the right G-
Torch Boosters range from the TB-
Let us design a natural gas system that will make your studio safer, help your students build their skills more quickly, and give you
one less thing to worry about!
Whether a Hoke, Meco, Little Torch, National or large Harris melting torch it will
perform better with high-
Why is high-
Natural gas is far safer than propane or acetylene because it is lighter than air
so leaks rise and dissipate; propane is heavier than air so leaks sink to the lowest
place in the building and collect there. Acetylene is unstable and leaks will combust
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That is why many commercial buildings prohibit acetylene and propane cylinders but
You’ll never run out of natural gas because a G-
There’s no carbon buildup on the tips of your torches because natural gas has very little carbon to begin with. You don’t have to clean carbon off the tips of the torches and there’s no carbon ash from lighting acetylene torches.
Natural gas is easier on the eyes because the flame is not as bright as an acetylene or propane flame so there’s less eyestrain and it is easier to see your work!
For equal heat, natural gas is half the cost of acetylene or propane! That’s right,
you’ll cut your fuel gas bill in half when you switch from propane or acetylene to
Bench torch, casting torch or both?
Educators at North Bennet Street School in Boston, Massachusetts College of Art,
George Brown College in Toronto, Metalwerx, the Texas Institute of Jewelry Technology,
Fashion Institute of Technology and professionals at Tiffany & Co., VanCleef & Arpels,
and Jared, The Galleria of Jewelry enjoy the benefits of high-
Click on the YouTube video to see how G-
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