Because SafeFlame produces the hydrogen and oxygen right at the point of use, no cylinders full of flammable gases are required
Because the temperature of the flame can be brought down to the lowest level necessary for the job at hand, burns are less of a danger
SafeFlame technology converts water into hydrogen and oxygen gas
The pressurized acetylene and propane gas used in brazing and related tasks is highly flammable, and thus very dangerous. You know what isn't flammable, though? Water. Bearing that in mind, the European Union-funded SafeFlame consortium has developed a torch system that generates a flame using nothing but H2O and electricity.
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