neutral flame

neutral flame

[′nü·trəl ′flām]
(chemistry)
Gas flame produced by a mixture of fuel and oxygen so as to be neither oxidizing nor reducing.
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Thanks to the neutral flame and high temperature (3650 deg C) the brazing alloy penetrates deeper into the joint producing stronger connections.
Tenders are invited for Petroleum Cutting Gas Conforming To Heating Value Like Minimum Neutral Flame Temperature 2950 Degree Celcius, Total Heat Emission-23244 Kcal-M Cubic Kilocalory Per Cubic Mtr.
Tenders are invited for Bmc Gas To Detailed Description Lpg, Petroleum Cutting Gas Mixed With An Additive, Conforming To Heating Value Like Minimum Neutral Flame Temperature 2950 Degree Celcius, Total Heat Emission-23244 Kcal-M Cubic Kilocalory Per Cubic Mtr , Total Heat Value-12030 Kcal-Kg Specific Gravity In Gaseous State-1-52, Vapour Pressure At 37.