Copper and Garden Hose in Fire
Colored Campfire Flames
xzyHollyxyz on 07/09/10 05:04pm
How to Add Color to Campfires
Even though a relaxing campfire at the stop of a 24-hour interval in the forest is the perfect end to the day, y’all can spice information technology up past adding some colorful flames to a campfire. In that location are various products on the market that exercise the aforementioned thing, just y’all might be able to achieve the same effect with supplies in your shed and from the nearest hardware store.
Things Yous’ll Demand:
Lengths of iii/4 inch copper pipe
Matching lengths of garden hose
Cutting 3/4-inch copper pipe into 10-inch to i-foot segments. If you’re cutting it at home, use the proper equipment to cut pipe safely. If you don’t have whatever copper pipe laying around in your garage or shed, most dwelling house improvement stores deport it in their plumbing section. Many stores will cutting information technology into the advisable length for you.
Measure an sometime garden hose into pieces that are the same length equally the copper pipe and cut. The hose doesn’t accept to be loftier-quality, and it is okay if it leaks. Its purpose is to heat the pipage.
Stuff the hose into the pipe.
Toss one piece of hose-stuffed pipe into a campfire and look a couple of minutes. Before long, you should be able to see unlike colored flames–blue, greenish and purple. The colors last for quite a while, just be sure to pull them off to the side and allow the piping to cool completely before handling information technology.
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Mike& Rose on 07/09/10 05:25pm
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nor-easter on 07/09/x 08:04pm
And you could breath this in the dark crusade y’all don’t see it!
As a retired Fire fighter I accept swallowed enough smoke.
I don’t fifty-fifty like to walk in the evening anymore cause of some of the******people apply to start their camp fires and so they get them going and burn their daily garbage, one-time hoses and junk pipe!!!!!
I stay inside rather than go outside and mutter.
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mowermech on 07/09/10 08:27pm
We don’t notice many campground that allow fires whatever more hither in the west.
In western California, perhaps. However, in THIS office of the Westward (all over Montana) nigh campgrounds have firepits at each site, and having a campfire is no problem. Of course, when the fire danger is very loftier, campfires may be strictly controlled or forbidden!
“here in the due west” covers a LOT of territory.
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firecapt1 on 07/11/10 12:34am
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Sure sounds a lot amend than burning toxic materials to produce colored flames!
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Deb and Ed M on 07/x/10 08:25am
Don’t cook over those flames.
Not sure what the condom hose does. Copper lonely burns in dissimilar colors. Being an electrician, I cut footling pieces of wire and throw them in the fire.
Thanks for that tip – because burning a prophylactic hose strikes me as a bad matter to practice?
neb h on 07/ten/10 08:36am
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firecapt1 on 07/x/10 12:36am
Sitting effectually a bivouac where these things have been applied exposes you to some very toxic fumes!! I know, I know, I seem like a wet blanket on a very absurd affair, but it’south important to realize what we are exposing ourselves to in the name of “good times.”
mikhen on 07/10/10 06:26am
Non sure what the rubber hose does. Copper lonely burns in different colors. Beingness an electrician, I cut niggling pieces of wire and throw them in the burn.
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Copper and Garden Hose in Fire