blowlamp


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blowlamp

(ˈbləʊˌlæmp)
n
(Tools) another name for blowtorch
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.blowlamp - a burner that mixes air and gas to produce a very hot flameblowlamp - a burner that mixes air and gas to produce a very hot flame
burner - an apparatus for burning fuel (or refuse); "a diesel engine is an oil burner"
oxyacetylene torch - a blowtorch that burns oxyacetylene
Translations

blowlamp

[ˈbləʊlæmp] Nsoplete m

blowlamp

[ˈbləʊlæmp] n (British)chalumeau m

blowlamp

[ˈbləʊˌlæmp] n (Brit) → cannello per saldare/sverniciare
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In the later (GPS) fork designs much more effort is required as there are no accessible screws which free the tube, so disassembling the Dec fork arm bearings, slowly and methodically, will be necessary; a blowlamp and hammer may be needed to free the fork arm bearings in these modern examples.
And now Renault has waved its RenaultSport blowlamp over it to come up with the RenaultSport Twingo 133.
It seems unlikely that we really long for the days when milk froze on the doorstep and pensioners had to be thawed out with a blowlamp.
Seems the NFU had applied the blowlamp to his baubles and told him the very future of the British creme fraiche industry was at stake unless they copped some more dash.
He brutally beat her and tortured her with a blowlamp, pliers and a craft knife but said he "didn't mean to cause her serious harm".