There is prepared, then there is prepper. Are you ready for Road Warrior style post-apocalyptic chaos? Don’t go in there without a flame thrower. The XM42 is the world’s first personal, grab and go, man portable, air dropable flamethrower. No heavy pressurized tanks, no silly car-wash sprayers.
PLEASE NOTE that before they will ship you MUST electronically sign a liability waiver.
PRACTICAL USES FOR A FLAMETHROWER:
eliminating weeds between pavement cracks
controlled burns/ground-clearing of foliage/agricultural
pyrotechnic event displays
Destroying hordes of zombies efficiently
EFFECTIVE RANGE: Up to and beyond 25 feet from the nozzleFUEL CONSUMPTION: The current fuel reservoir can allow for up to 38 seconds of constant full-on operation (if you so desired). The trigger switch can be operated momentarily or held on as long as desired until the tank is empty.
HOW TO “RELOAD”: Simply turn off the pilot torch knob, open the fuel tank cap, and pour your fuel in. No worries about pressurization or needing to mix any additives. Officially approved fuels: Gasoline (unleaded), gasoline-diesel mixture, alcohol. Firefighters and controlled burn specialists typically use 30% diesel, 70% gasoline. Diesel won’t burn unless the ambient temperature is extremely high (126°F). The gasoline burning keeps the diesel above its flash point, and the nature of diesel keeps it around long enough to completely incinerate the foliage it is directed at.
BATTERY LIFE: Fully charged, the battery will hold around 12.6 volts. In our testing, we’ve been able to use the system for at least 50+ tank refills with the voltage still within safe levels (above 10 volts). It is important for lithium polymer batteries to remain above a particular voltage. In this battery’s case, 10 volts is the level where charging is an absolute must.
***PLEASE NOTE that before we ship you MUST electronically sign a liability waiver***
|Manufacturer||Ion Productions Team|
|Rate of Twist||No|
|Overall Length in Inches||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||XM42-BLUE-R|
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