blowlamp

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blowlamp (ˈbləʊˌlæmp)
 
n
another name for blowtorch

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blowlamp

a small tubular instrument for directing a jet of air or other gas into a flame in order to concentrate and increase the flame's heat. A blowpipe is usually operated directly by mouth, but a small bellows may also be used.

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