Flashback Arrestor And Quick-Connect Combo

$109.95 USD
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Item# 199023
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Product Features

  • Prevent dangerous flashback, keeping flame from reaching your fuel source
  • Internal check-valves prevent the reverse flow of gas
  • Automatic shut-off valves stop gas flow immediatly when lines are disconnected
  • Make connections quick and secure with quick-connect feature
  • Standard brass fittings install easily between regulators and hoses
  • Set of 2, color-coded to match fuel lines


Product Description

Play it Safe
Designed to install easily between regulators and hoses, flashback arrestors suppress dangerous flames before reaching the fuel source, keeping you safe. Features internal check valves, which are designed to prevent the reverse flow of gas, one of the major causes of flashback.
Use a quick-connect between the flashback arrestor and hose so you can instantly connect or disconnect your torch without turning off the gas supply. Durable solid brass connectors are color-coded and feature reverse flow check valves designed to prevent accidental gas mixing. An automatic shut-off valve ensures that the gas flow is completely shut off when disconnected.

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  •   Great
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Pros : perfect fit and very easy to connect and disconnect
Cons : none
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  •   A Must Have
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Pros : These are a must for any flameworker's system. They are a little confusing but just make sure the arrow goes the same direction as the gas. Both should be pointing toward your torch. If not it's doing what it was intended which is blocking the flow (gas or flames). This is one of the first items we should invest in - it can save your life!
Cons : Worked great no complaints.
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  •   Doesn't Work At All
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Pros : none
Cons : Get one of these somewhere you can test it first. I've ordered two, and neither one was functional--no gas through the line.
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