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    At what temp. do the fusable plugs melt on an acetylene cylinder?

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    Fusable plugs????
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    fusible plugs

    Acetylene cylinders have plugs(fusible plugs) in the top and bottom of the cylinder and melt at a specific tempurature for safety reasons. What is the tempurature?

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    A million degrees......who cares, if it melts you will be dead anyway.
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    moron

    All of you people are morons. A simple question deserves a simple answer, but I guess you can't with your head up your ass.

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    Re: moron

    Originally posted by kaitmag
    All of you people are morons.
    Hey bro,
    I ain't the one worrying about my acetylyene tank melting down now.....am I???
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    Re: moron

    Originally posted by kaitmag
    All of you people are morons. A simple question deserves a simple answer, but I guess you can't with your head up your ass.

    Yah! so whats your point? and dont be cussin on this here site.
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    212 and/or 500 PSI.


    I hope this is followed by "Hey Watch This".

    And that you film it.


    By the way.

    A 2 minute Google search turned up this little tid bit.

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    Definitly a must see.
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    Originally posted by wolfdog
    212 and/or 500 PSI.


    I hope this is followed by "Hey Watch This".

    And that you film it.


    By the way.

    A 2 minute Google search turned up this little tid bit.
    And if you do film it, Cletus, please mqake certain that your survivors post the film here first.

    Wow, Wolfdog! What is this amazing "Google" thing of which you speak???

    But evreryone on this site is a moron.

    Oh, I got it, it's the 17th. The day the idiots come out of the woodwork!

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    I must agree. Dice is a Moron.

    Cell phones close by will make them melt also.

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    I think he should put his tank in the oven and slowly raise up the temp. He can record it in a book, when ya find the book after the explosion, whatever the last recorded temp was in there will be pretty close.
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    Originally posted by James 3528

    Cell phones close by will make them melt also.
    ET phone home.
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