Sharp Flame Hand Torch: 7" Neck - Bethlehem Burners
This hand torch was designed specifically to mimic the popular center fire flame of Bethlehem's discontinued PM2D bench burner. This stainless steel hand torch produces an adjustable surface mix gas and oxygen flame, perfect for flame workers looking for precise heat application, and sophisticated fuel mixture capabilities. This flame is gentle to glass, yet provides a significant amount of heat for fast and even melting.
Burner configuration: 6 – gas jets (Sharp Flame Design)
Face Dia.: .375″
Full flame consumption:
- Propane Gas: 2 – 5 psi; 3 LPM (180 LPH, 6.36 cu ft/h)
- Tanked Oxy: 8 – 20 psi; 10 LPM (600 LPH, 21.19 cu ft/h)
Works: 15mm Boro Rod; 25mm Heavy Walled Tube
Dimensions: Handle Length: 6″
Neck Length: 7″
Net Weight: 7″ neck – .62 lbs
What makes The Sharp Flame Hand Torch special?
The Sharp Flame Hand Torch provides a wide range of surface mix flames, normally found in a center fire of a sophisticated bench burner, but in the convenience of a hand-held torch. This torch lets flame workers administer soft, well-balanced, yet penetrating flames, directly where they need it most. Making precision detail work and seals on sensitive colors a breeze!
Not only can the Sharp Flame Hand Torch produce superior quality flame settings, but its sleek, stainless steel design and adjustable aluminum handle, sets it apart from all other hand torches available today!
Ratings & Reviews
I’ll be buying another
by Steller Glass
In most cases I’d be the last one to recommend a Bethlehem when asked about which torch to buy. So when I won the sharp flame hand torch for best of show in the boroderby at the 2019 Glassvegas I can’t pretend I thought I really won the grand prize. Needing a new hand torch I went ahead and hooked it up to give a try when the torch was delivered and boy was I wrong. This torch is amazing, and for the price it can’t be beat. The function is on point, the torch is well built, and the flame range is great for countless tasks. I highly recommend this torch and plan to keep it in my tool arsenal for years to come.