blowlamp


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blowlamp

British term for blowtorch.
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I've been using a primitive flame gun for years, made up by a friendly blacksmith using bits of an old paraffin blowlamp.
And now Renault has wave dits RenaultSport blowlamp over it to come up with the RenaultSport Twingo 133.
All that is known about Johnny is that he obtained a blowlamp, probably through an act of thievery, in July 1886, and that he used it skilfully to melt locks and padlocks to gain access to anything of value.
Use a chemical stripper rather than a heat gun or blowlamp, and put all abrasives and paint scrapings in a sealed bag in the dustbin.
A blowlamp is required for this or the alternative way is by using a pair of electric soldering tongs.