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Lincoln Electric

Model # KH825-01

Internet # 100341111

Store SKU # 499072

Inferno Propane Torch Kit

$49.97 /each
  • Powerful 500,000 BTU output, intense heat ideal for many projects
  • Excess flow safety valve and brass valve for flame adjustment
  • 10 ft. LP gas hose and flint striker included

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Model # KH825-01

Internet # 100341111

Store SKU # 499072

Store SO SKU # 117341

The Lincoln Electric Inferno Propane Torch Kit is great for burning brush and weeds, repairing road surfaces, removing paint, melting tar and asphalt in roofing applications and removing snow and ice. Has quick shutoff valve for safety. Comes with a 10 ft. liquefied petroleum (LP) gas hose striker for up to 350 psig.

  • Excess-flow safety valve and brass-frame valve for flame adjustment
  • Molded handle and heavy duty construction
  • 500,000 BTU output
  • Flint striker included
  • Shut off valve for safety
  • Ideal for heating/burning projects

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
3.8 
Product Height (in.) 
41 
Product Width (in.) 
Details
Additional tips included 
No 
Fuel type 
Propane Gas 
Power Tool Product Type 
Welding Supplies 
Product Weight (lb.) 
6 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Tools Product Type 
Hand Tool 
Welding Supplies Product Type 
Torch 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
90 Days 

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Brand: Lincoln Electric
Review Rating: 3 & Up
Fuel type: Propane Gas
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What kind of propane tank is needed for this unit? How long will it run on a tank?

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April 11, 2013
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June 6, 2015
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A standard 20lb/30lb refillable tank you can pick up at a gas station. I don't know how long it will. I used about a sixth of the tank, from half full to a third full, in about an hour today.
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March 2, 2015
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I am using a standard gas grill tank, I have used mine constantly for one hour and the tank feels completely full, I would estimate that it would last at least 4 hours on maximum.
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Portland, OR, USA
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April 29, 2014
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A standard 20 lb tank works with this torch. I've used it for several hours at a time, and burned through about half a tank. Note that a full tank can get kind of heavy to lug around, so for smaller jobs, consider a tank that is nearly empty.
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Wolf Creek, Oregon
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December 10, 2013
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5%gal or more, and it depends on how much you use it.
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Oklahoma
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December 2, 2013
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You can use a gas grill propane tank. It will run for a while if you do not run it wide open.
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July 23, 2013
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You can use the same kind of tank as the one you would connect to your propane gas grill.
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June 18, 2013
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I use the same 20 lb tank that I use for my propane grill. If you have to move the tank much you probably would not want a larger tank without a dolly. Using the torch at a fairly high burn I would say a full 20 lb tank lasted about 6 hours.
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Michigan, USA
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May 10, 2013
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A regular "20 lb" grill tank works well. The torch hose threads into the valve and you can use a crescent wrench to snug it.
Not sure how long a tank would last but I think at least 6 hours, probably a lot more.
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April 11, 2013
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This tourch requires a minimum 20 pound propane tank. (4.7 gallon tank). There is not a run time for the propane, as you have to know at what temperature you're using it at and how long continuously the unit is on. Turning the unit off and on changes the run time as well. Sorry I couldn't give more info on the run time.
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What is the electrical part of the torch

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October 3, 2013
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June 6, 2015
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None. Lincoln Electric makes a lot of propane powered tools, mostly welding equipment. So a weed burner isn't a stretch.
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April 16, 2015
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"Lincoln Electric" is the name of the manufacturer...
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March 2, 2015
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No electrics to speak of all mechanical.
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Portland, OR, USA
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April 29, 2014
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There are no electical components in this torch. The torch is lit with a standard provided striker, and all valves are mechanical.
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Bristol,NH
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January 28, 2014
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There are no electrical parts in this unit.It is strictly a manually lit unit using the included spark striker(No ignitor assembly as might be found on a gas grill for instance).It is a simple and easy to use tool.
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Wolf Creek, Oregon
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December 10, 2013
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There is no Electrical needed Just light and start using
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Oklahoma
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December 2, 2013
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There is not electrical part to this torch. Just a hose regulater and torch end.
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October 3, 2013
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The Inferno Torch has no electrical parts. It uses propane to light and to do it's work for you.
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The Lincoln Electric Inferno Propane Torch Kit is not working as expected.

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Southern NV
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March 21, 2013
When lit is no more that a oil lamp and less that a Bic lighter. No pressure absolutely useless in a slight wind...I had it opened all the way.

What is up with this???
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June 6, 2015
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Your propane tank's safety valve is probably engaged. Connect the burner, and with the burner's valve closed, fully open the propane tank's valve, and then fully close it. Repeat this a few times. That should reset the valve.
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March 2, 2015
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Open the brass knob more and open the valve on whatever tank you are using more. Mine shoots 18 inches and I have to turn it down to low so I can lite it, but after that it is like a jet plane on maximum.
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April 29, 2014
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I suspect that you might have had the torch valve open when you opened the tank, or opened the torch valve too quickly after opening the tank valve. The flow limiter valve built into the tank needs to see pressure build in the hose before it will open fully. So, close all valves on the torch, then open the tank valve fully. Wait a minute, then start using the torch.
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Wolf Creek, Oregon
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December 10, 2013
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Open the valve on the tank and adjust the flow of propane with the torch
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December 2, 2013
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Need a hose without a regulater in it.
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June 18, 2013
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There is a safety reducer that will slow the flow to almost nothing in the event the pressure changes too quickly. After you connect to the tank open the tank valve slowly. I got this information from the instructions and experienced this problem myself.
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Michigan, USA
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March 22, 2013
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Probably the safety valve on your propane cylinder activated and cut off flow from the tank. Close all valves (tank and torch), wait awhile, then slowly crack open the propane tank. You don't have to open it more than 1 turn for the torch to work fine. Crack open the torch valve an 1/8 of a turn and light. You should hear propane rushing out as you go to light it.
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March 22, 2013
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When starting the valve on tank and handle should be fully open with trigger squeezed. When on should sound like a forced air heater. If you shut it off or cuts out you will have to wait about 20 minutes or so for it to cool down before it will restart.
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Is there an adjustable pilot light or do you have to keep lighting it each time you move to another area?

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If you have basic mechanical skills and understand how to safely modify tools like this, you can set the valve up so that it lets enough gas through for a pilot function. Takes about 5 minutes. No. I'm not posting instructions. If you can't figure out how, don't do it.
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August 17, 2015
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It has a valve, but I had to use it on high burn with the lever held down. Might just be me, but I couldn't get it adjusted.
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No, you have to relight it every time you move. It shouldn't be too difficult to rig something up.
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March 9, 2015
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There is no pilot light. There is a shutoff valve and a dead-man switch that you have to hold on all the time or the flame goes out. You have to either keep it on while moving, or shut it off and relight it each time.
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March 2, 2015
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No pilot light but it uses very little propane if you decrease the flow rate between locations. I have used mine constantly for an hour and my standard grill gas tank still feels completely full.
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There is no pilot light unfortunately. You must either keep the safety lever depressed or relight the torch.
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October 24, 2014
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If you release the torch lever on the KH825-01, you will have to re-light to start again.
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 94 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Maui, HI Like some others I too had problems lighting this thing. After reading instructions in depth on google this thing is very powerful. You only need to open your propane valve slightly and turn the adjustment valve on the torch shaft about 1/8 of a turn. Squeezing the torch trigger slowly you'll hear and feel the rush of the 500,000 BTUS and see its power upon lighting it. Works well on weeds and lights a charcoal hibachi in seconds. Great product. February 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by sweet tool very picky about turning on the propane slowly. once i figured that out love it works great for the price May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Powerful Good and powerful. Easy to use . Easy to light would recommend May 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by The burninator An excellent tool for moderate destruction of all things flammable. Ant hills and cockroaches are particularly satisfying. I would give this product 5 stars if it allowed me to shoot fireballs like Mario. June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Real Blast I used the Inferno Propane torch to burn some weeds growing through the grout joints on my flagstone and it was awesome. Also burned some pine needles and leaves in my decorative stones. Really happy I purchased this. May 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome Torch If you are not hearing a sound like a jet fighter engine ... you opened the propane tank too much Crack the tank just a little and then open the valve on the torch a little .... press the trigger and you will hear a jet noise light the flame and adjust the force of the flame I made the mistake of cracking the tank too much and the flame was like a dozen bics - this means the safety valve on the tank has kicked in If the torch is working properly the neighbors will complain about the noise and you will think you are in a Mad Max movie I cannot underestimate how important it is too crack the propane tank just a little!!!! March 14, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Gets the job done. It gets the job done but could have been made to flame up when handle pressed so it doesn't have to be full blast the whole time and waste propane. May 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works decently I got this to try to cut down on the amount of weed killer I needed to use. We have an old brick patio area where weeds come through the bricks. My husband used it when dew was starting to set in and I don't think it worked as well. I used it when it was drier but the weeds were still very green and it worked well. Large, thick stemmed plants I removed the top part of to make the process faster. It is a little tricky getting the hang of lighting it. If you aren't getting a strong enough flame, close your tank valve, bleed off the hose and start over again making sure not to open the valve on the torch too far. I have arthritis in my hands that makes hanging on to this for longer periods difficult so I tend to change hands when using it. You have to keep hold of it while doing this because if you quit depressing the trigger you have to re-light it. I found that every now and then I would turn the valve one way or the other altering the amount of LP flow. Fortunately, most times it did not make it necessary to start over re-lighting it. It would be nice if the valve weren't so easy to bump. Be careful using this around anything that may melt or that you don't want to burn. I saw where someone was using it around their house and I would want to make sure there was nothing that could potentially keep burning and cause damage to the house. Overall, this is decent and does what it should. Doing it over, I would probably look for something self-lighting or at least with a pilot so you could let go of the trigger while changing hands or moving the tank out of the way. I would also make the valve on the torch so it couldn't be so easily moved. May 10, 2016
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