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    Thanks, I will look into something similar in the US. I have tried a glove shield similar to the one in lower left of your picture, but made in china. It works for a short time, but burns through after an hour or so.

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    Faundry gloves if you can deal with the bulk
    Search foundry PPE

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    An alligator shear would have been a lot faster. Flattened ends would have made the cut pieces useless.

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    Unfortunately, we don't have one and the demil regs say that we must cut with a torch and displace metal. There is one place that is dedicated to this type of work that has approval to use a large metal shredder.

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    Any chance we could get pictures?

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    power hammer (soft dies), or just a plate punch. why burn it if all you need is to destroy to point of never returning?

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    After all this time/suggestions, I wonder exactly HOW the OP is using/holding
    the torch ?


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