STANDARD BURNING BARS - .675" (O.D.) Burning Bar x 10' 6" Quick Connect
Exothermic cutting is a chemical reaction (oxidation) that occurs when a steel tube filled with alloy wire is heated to its kindling temperature and injected with pure oxygen. The result is a consumable cutting torch that burns at a temperature of 7200 to 7400 degrees.
Exothermic cutting is extremely efficient for rapidly cutting ferrous and non ferrous materials.
There are a number of generic terms used to describe exothermic cutting torches commonly called Burning Bars, they are also referred to as Lance Bars, Lance Rods, Mag Bars, Mag Rods, Burning Lances, Exothermic Torches, Thermic Torches and Thermic Lances. Oxylance manufactures a wide variety of diameters and lengths from the .405” od to our largest burning bar at 1.05” od. Lengths available are 5’3”, 7’, and 10’6”.