For all Burning Bar applications Oxylance recommends our Lever Action Holder with our oxygen ball valve. It is the most user friendly holder we manufacturer. The threaded barrel can be adjusted to put more pressure on the rubber insert for a positive seal that will hold over 150 psi of static pressure. The LA series of holders has the highest pressure rating of all of our holders.
The simple design of the LA series of holders allows us to easily customize them with options like longer brass nipples to give the operator longer reach or we can add lever opening handles for faster opening and closing the holder.
LA 3 Standard holder set up with Thermal Shutoff and Oxygen Ball Valve.
LA 2 Holder with Thermal Shutoff, Oxygen Ball Valve and Optional Lever Opening Handle
LA 2 Holder with 30” extension
Lever Action Sizes and the Bars and hoses they fit. See the complete holder page for all holder part numbers and options.
LA140FG-B or LA140FG-C .405” Burning Bars
LA154FG-B or LA154FG-C .540” Burning Bars
LA254FG-B or LA254FG-C .540” Burning Bars. More Durable than the LA1 series
LA267FG-C .625” or .675” Burning Bars with the same rubber insert
LA384FG-C .840” Burning Bars
LA392FG-C .922” Burning Bars
LA3105FG-C 1.05” Burning Bars
Our safety device, Thermal Shutoff, are signaled by the letter “F” in our part numbers. They are designed to prevent flames & slag from getting to the oxygen source. We recommend all holders include thermal shut offs. See Thermal Shut Offs for more information
*** NOTE *** The “B” and “C” on the end of the part number designates the CGA Oxygen Hose fitting size. “B” is for 3/8” hose and “C” is for 1/2” hose. We do not recommend 3/8” hose for any burning bars larger than .540” od. For long runs of oxygen hose we also offer a CGA “D” fitting for ¾” hose. We recommend ¾” hose for hose lengths over 300 feet. If using 3/8” hose we recommend maximum of 100 feet with no splices. If you have to join or repair 3/8” hoses together we recommend you use ½”. The 3/8” hose restricts the oxygen flow and the burning bars will not be efficient.