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oxy-propane grill

A nitros system for the bar-b
 
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Add an oxygen tank and ports to the typical home outdoor propane grill for a restaurant-temperature flame.
horsesandkayaks, Sep 14 2007

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       How about a HHO generator and torch? Youtube hho torch
Shapharian, Sep 14 2007
  

       Like a torch for your hotdogs?   

       Welcome to the HB.
quantum_flux, Sep 15 2007
  

       Nah.. like a welders water torch
Shapharian, Sep 15 2007
  

       Be careful not to run it with excess oxygen. The grill might not survive warm-up.
lurch, Sep 15 2007
  

       Or add an air sleeve around each jet, as in a Bunsen burner (no relation)
BunsenHoneydew, Sep 15 2007
  

       Just as good as [Shapharian]'s hydrogen torch idea!
the dog's breakfast, Sep 15 2007
  

       and where does the NO2 come in?
the dog's breakfast, Sep 15 2007
  

       And what happed to the q?
ldischler, Sep 15 2007
  

       Aussies have bar - bees.
the dog's breakfast, Sep 15 2007
  

       restaurants don't use compressed oxygen.
GutPunchLullabies, Sep 15 2007
  

       How about an oxymoron torch?
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 15 2007
  
      
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