Exothermic Pulsefire LRT- Flame Thrower
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- Fill it like any other outdoor tool. With the system off, unscrew the cap and pour in gasoline or a gas/diesel mixture. When the battery gets low, take it out and charge it or swap in a spare to keep bringing the heat.
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Instantly generate a stream of fire with the press of a button.
Fill it like any other outdoor tool. With the system off, unscrew the cap and pour in gasoline or a gas/diesel mixture. When the battery gets low, take it out and charge it or swap in a spare to keep bringing the heat.
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Photo opportunity courtesy @JustBlazePHX with artwork by @braga_last_one
WHY WOULD YOU WANT ONE?
Aside from it being extremely fun to use, the Pulsefire was developed for numerous practical purposes:
We’ve spoken with local firefighters, farmers, controlled burn prescribers and members of the U.S. Forestry Service, and they love the idea of an efficient, portable, long range torch for their work. The Exothermic Technologies Pulsefire is the safest and most effective way to apply fire at a distance.
Ready when you need it with continuous electric arc ignition. No need to fumble around with a pilot torch to start this party. Press button, receive flames.
25+ FOOT REACH
Send a stream of fuel and flames up to 25 feet* with the press of a button and the standard nozzle.
Constructed primarily of aluminum, the Pulsefire is compact and easy to handle – only 6.5 lb empty.
OVER 4 MINUTES OF FIRE
available with the optional 3.3 gallon Pulsefire Backpack Kit; 27 second standard capacity.
LOW POWER PROTECTION
When you reach about 10.5 volts, the system will temporarily disable the trigger, letting you know it’s time to charge or change the battery.
QUICK CHANGE BATTERY
Easy thumbscrew access to the battery compartment lets you charge or swap out your battery in seconds.
Interchangeable nozzles support various performance requirements or California law compliance.
PRESS BUTTON, RECEIVE FLAMES
When you press the trigger, the Pulsefire automatically generates an arc of electricity that ignites the fuel as it is emitted from the nozzle.