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Mapp Gas Torch Temperature?

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Mapp gas torch temperature is typically around 6,200 degrees Fahrenheit. It uses one hundred percent oxygen that allows it to do cutting and welding of heavy metals. An oxy-propane torch, that uses air in its fuel, wont cut anything thicker than sheet metal because the air does not allow the flames of the torch to get hot enough. If a person wants to do any type of welding, they must use a torch that uses oxygen. Otherwise, it will not get hot enough.
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