Butane sprays everywhere when filling the torch
If butane is spraying everywhere when filling a torch, there are a few possible reasons why this might be happening. Here are some potential causes and solutions:
- The torch butane gas has been refilled fully if the filling time is over 8 seconds (the filling gas instruction please refer to our other articles), then please stop filling if butane sprays everywhere.
- The butane canister (the plastic nozzle of the can is preferred) is not properly aligned with the torch nozzle of the bottom valve. Make sure the nozzle of the torch is correctly aligned with the valve of the butane canister. This will ensure that the butane flows smoothly into the torch without spraying.
- The torch is not properly purged before filling. Before filling your torch, it’s important to purge it of any remaining gas by turning the flame adjustment knob to the minimum setting and pressing the ignition button until the flame goes out. Then you can proceed to fill the torch.
- The torch or butane canister may be defective. If the above steps don’t help, there may be an issue with either the torch or the butane canister. Try using a different canister to see if the problem persists. If it does, then the torch may need to be repaired or replaced.
- The butane canister may be low or empty. If the canister is low on butane or empty, it may cause the butane to spray out instead of flowing smoothly. Make sure the canister is full and has enough pressure to properly fill the torch.
Overall, it’s important to exercise caution when handling flammable substances like butane. Make sure to follow the “zhentanzhe” gastorch manufacturer’s instructions carefully and take appropriate safety measures to avoid accidents or injuries.