Hello, and thank you for your question. Our torches currently do not have replacement tips for different sizes. Each torch was designed specifically for the output of flame and heat, and putting a different sized tip on your torch may cause performance issues over time. If you have any additional questions, please email us at Bernzomatic@WorthingtonIndustries.com. Thank you.
Yes. You have to put a release valve on canister tp put oxygen in bag.
Hello, and thank you for your question. As of now, there is only one size of the oxygen canister, which is 1.4 oz. If you have any additional questions, please email us at Bernzomatic@WorthingtonIndustries.com. Thank you.
If you are aking if this is breathable oxygen, no! This is not to be used to take internally. It is used in conjunction with another gas for cutting / welding. I have no idea how you would use it with a drill. With your drill operating by electricity, no matter if it is corded or battery, you cannot put it into water at any depth. Please read the safety pages that came with your tool.
The question needs to be more specific. What hardware are you installing it with. This particular gas is used in conjunction with other gas in similar bottles for cutting or welding metal. DO NOT be confused with this as an oxygen bottle for human breathing therapy! My recommendation is to read the information that comes with your hardware. It should tell you everything you need to know.
The empty container weighs 39.69 in grams.
Oxygen itself doesn't burn. It acts as...well... an oxidizer. It helps the fuel oxidize. So the temperature depends on 1. How pure the oxygen in this bottle is, along with 2. What gas you're burning.
As this is a pressure cylinder for use with a welding torch setup, we strongly advise against any attempt for use as you have listed above.
While this is not considered a dangerous gas to be inadvertently inhaled, it should not be used in place of medical breathing therapy oxygen.