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How to use butane gas torch ?

1. Installation:

Make sure the butane gas torch is turned off before installing on the cylinder.

(1) Screw type cylinder:

Connect the butane gas torch to the cylinder properly by pressing down and screwing it on the cylinder.

(2) Bayonet type cylinder:

Screw the adapter onto the butane gas torch. Then, connect the butane gas torch to the cylinder properly by pressing.

2. Ignition:

(1) Turn the adjustment screw counterclockwise. The butane gas will travel through the butane gas torch nozzle.

(2) Light the gas with an open flame (e.g. lighter or match) by applying the flame to the butane gas torch nozzle.

3. Turn off and Detach:

(1) Turn the adjustment screw clockwise until it stops. This will immediately extinguish the flame.

(2) Turn the connection part of the butane gas torch until it detaches from the gas cylinder.

4. Applications:

(1) Cooking & Grilling:

It will taste better when cooking steak with the butane gas torch. Using the high heat with the butane gas torch until the steak turns brown to seal in the flavor.

(2) Starting charcoal:

Ignite the butane gas torch and hold the flame to the charcoal until the charcoal inside cavity turn white. It is the easier way to start charcoal with the butane gas torch.

You can buy and see butane gas torch’s detail information in the following website link :

A-HOT International Co., Ltd.

We would like to introduce that how to use A-HOT butane gas torch.

Butane Torch Head

98K5012 – Butane Torch Head

98K5012 – Butane Torch Head

Description

Kitchen torches are the go-to tool when you want more precise control than using a broiler to brown, caramelize or char your food.

Designed for use with standard butane canisters (not included), this torch head can be adjusted to produce a clean-burning flame that won’t leave behind the taste of fuel. After 10 seconds of use, it can hold a consistent flame while you tilt and turn it in any direction – even upside-down.

Burns at approximately 2550° to 2730°F (1400° to 1500°C).

Butane Torch Head 98K5012 – Butane Torch Head 98K5012 – Butane Torch Head Description Kitchen torches are the go-to tool when you want more precise control than using a broiler to brown,