When you press the trigger, the pump draws fuel from the non-pressurized reservoir and sends it through the nozzle, simultaneously igniting it with…
Ready when you need it with continuous electric arc ignition. No need to fumble around with a pilot torch to start this party.
RUNS ON GASOLINE
Fill the onboard reservoir like any other outdoor tool. With the system off, unscrew the cap and pour in gasoline or a gas/diesel mixture (up to 50% diesel recommended).
Powered by a rechargeable lithium battery. Integrated circuitry automatically cuts power to the trigger when voltage is low. Simply charge it or swap in a spare to keep bringing the heat.
THE SAFEST WAY TO APPLY FIRE
We’ve sold numerous systems to the general public, firefighters, farmers, controlled burn prescribers, and members of the U.S. Forestry Service. Everyone appreciates the ability to ignite things at a distance.
BUILT TO LAST
Billet aluminum. Robotic welds. 100% fluoroelastomer seals. We take pride in our products and stand behind them with a lifetime warranty. With over 40,000 sold, there’s a reason we’re #1 in the industry.
Everything you need to get up and running, besides fuel! Flamethrower, user manual, battery, and charger.
|Ignition||High frequency electric spark|
|Default Nozzle||0.72″ solid stream|
|Typical Reach||≥ 25 ft*
|Fuel Capacity||0.35 gal|
|Compatible Fuel||Gasoline, gasoline-diesel mixture|
|Primary Materials||Aluminum, Viton, brass|
|Battery||2200 mAh 3-cell rechargeable lithium|
U.S. Patent Application No. 17/188,368
Specifications for reference only. Minor variations may exist due to manufacturing tolerances.
*25 foot reach is under ideal conditions with standard nozzle installed. The California compliant version of this product contains a fan-type nozzle which is designed and intended to limit any ignited stream’s length to under ten (10) feet to comply with CA regulations at the time of manufacture. This nozzle may only be removed if authorization/license is obtained by the state fire marshal, or if the user is outside of California.
†Available fuel emission time may vary with fan-type nozzle installed. In our tests, about 38 seconds is typical for the standard tank.