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Old 2019-11-28, 12:23pm
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Cool What is biggest Gtt torch with 3 5lpm concentrators

I have 3 5lpm invocare concentrators and i bought the ggt cricket. Within about a month I feel I need much larger torch I cant even make a vessel bigger than about 6" y'all and about 3" round. Looking to grow but do not want to have to change torches for a long time
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Old 2019-11-28, 1:31pm
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GTT has an FAQ on their site- Flow Rates for GTT Torches- that should tell you.
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Old 2019-11-28, 2:28pm
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Keep in mind that 3 5’s does not give you 15. It’s more like 12.
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Old 2019-11-28, 7:48pm
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I don't have experience but I'll say a Sidewinder because it works with low pressure. Oxygen purity will be best at flows less than the "label" rating of a concentrator, as stated above.

Edit: the chart from GTT is somewhat old. A sweet torch would be the Sidewinder with a Lynx center fire. But I'm thinking your oxygen supply is going to be the biggest limitation for future growth.
https://www.mountainglass.com/GTT-Si...nx-Center-Fire
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