Picking the right Torch Booster is a matter of knowing how much gas you need when
all of your systems are running. Single flame equipment will most likely use a TB-
Larger printers with multiple flame treatment systems can fuel them all at one time
from a single TB-
Torch Boosters are quiet and can be installed right in the area where high pressure natural gas will be
used. No ventilation or other site preparation is needed.
Torch Boosters are designed to run all day without operator attention -
Torch Boosters are Certified by CSA International in North America; larger models
both 208V 60 Hz and 230V 50 Hz electrical grids.
Natural gas prices are falling and will continue to go down as new technologies increase our national supply. This will be the case for as far into the future as we can forecast. You can rely on cheap abundant natural gas being readily available.
Get rid of propane tanks and use a G-
Natural gas is 50% -
Improve workplace safety by removing propane cylinders
No offensive propane odor
Best of all…you never run out of gas and don’t change empty cylinders!!
Fire officials want you to remove propane cylinders -
One 20 lb propane tank has the energy equivalent of more that 431,000 wooden kitchen
to make matters worse in a fire. G-
treatment torch as gas is used, Torch Boosters don’t store any gas.
Never change cylinders again and never run out of gas ! G-
pressure utility natural gas pipe (supply pressure from ¼ psi to 5 psi) and raise pressure as high as 45 psi.
Torch Boosters supply high pressure natural gas as it is used. There are no storage cylinders and the Booster
is ready to work as soon as it is turned on.
This means you never have to waste productive time changing gas cylinders and you
never run out of gas in the middle of a production run -
at either 250 cf/hr or 500 cf/hr at up to 45 psi. These Torch Boosters can be used in
either 208 V 60 Hz or 230 V 50 Hz electrical systems.
to bring low pressure gas to the unit and make a hard pipe
such as ventilation -
to connect the system to the utility gas. Just install a tee
in your low pressure gas pipe, attach the G-
shutoff valve, screw the hose on each end and you are connected.
Get high pressure natural gas with G-
15 or 30 cubic feet per hour at up to 25 psi. They use 120V 15
amp electrical power and are designed for use in North America.
facility. These Torch Boosters can operate in either a 120V or 230 V electrical system.