Which part of a butane lighter flame is hotter?

Answer A butane flame burns at 3,578 degrees Fahrenheit. The hottest part of the flame is the blue section, where the oxygen is most dense and complete combustion is a result.References:TheTeachersCorner.... Read More »

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How many gallons of water evaporate from an inground swimming pool each day in the hottest part of the year?

Answer I live in Southern Arizona and right now it's hot and dry (110F with 10% humidity). I lose about an inch of water every three days. My pool is 24 feet by 14 feet so that works out to about 7... Read More »

How does a flame sensor work in home furnaces by using a metal rod in the flame?

Its not a flamesensor its a pilot generater it generates a small amound of electricity to open the main valve that way if your pilot light goes out it wont let gas escape and couse a potentian expl... Read More »

The Difference Between Flame Resistant & Flame Retardant?

Flame resistant and flame retardant are terms often applied to safety clothing and equipment. Although they can apply to structures, they are more often applied to fabrics. Requirements differ acco... Read More »

If I wash 100% polyester pants on the hottest setting and dry them on the hottest setting...........?

The only way to shrink clothes is by altering them. If you know how to sew, you can do this yourself. If not, many dry cleaners alter clothes. Washing and drying clothes won't shrink them...especi... Read More »