Well technically, she's not fighting fire, more fighting with fire.
She's hot with out the flames.
LOL LOL LOL
Is there a specific length of time that you can fire these for before the flame is able to reach the fuels source (the nozzel) or are they able to be fired for as long as the user wishes?
So that the fuel cannot get into the valve, they had failsafe valves as well, if it got too hot, it shut the valve.
Think of it like an oxy-acetaline (spelling?) torch, you have a mix and it has a small nozzle, with port vents, so the flame cant get inside the lines, same principle.
That is how you stay busy, when people say, that can never happen! LOL
Solid. I'd love to try one of these out...it'd be great for brush clearing!!! Except perhaps not in the hills of Cali.
Back when I was workin in podonk Oroville, it's not the loveliest place, anyways this dude, was changing out his fuel filter under his truck, and suddenly caught on fire. When I was bandaging him up in fire dressings, I asked him, "Sir, so exactly how did you catch on fire, your wife told me that you came a running for the house on fire, and you said your heater must have started it but, I didnt see a heater in your shop." He said, "well the truth is, I was smoking a joint, and I didnt know that the fuel would be pressurized, it sprayed me in the face when I was taking a drag on the smoke." I treated him, he asked if I was going to say anything about the pot, I said "What pot, you got burned dude, thats bad enough."
Did you guys hear about those bad fires this last summer? It was all around my area, like 2 miles away.