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    Victor torches

    What ca attachments fit 310 and 315 Victor handles.

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    Re: Victor torches

    When you say CA I will assume you are asking about what cutting attachment will work with the 315/315
    The 310/315 torch handles will use W or RTE Welding nozzles. FMA multi flame (rose bud) as well as the CA 2460 cutting attachment that uses tip series #1
    the 310/315 could also use the CA 2470 as well however the CA 2470 uses the tip series #3.

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    Re: Victor torches


    dhm089@hotmail.com


    Quote Originally Posted by dhm089@hotmail.com View Post
    What ca attachments fit 310 and 315 Victor handles.
    [ca?] - All 310 and 315 attachments fit . . .

    What have you got - and what do you want to do . . . ?


    Opus

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    Re: Victor torches

    [QUOTE=OPUS FERRO;8719661]
    dhm089@hotmail.com




    [ca?] - All 310 and 315 attachments fit . . .

    With the Victor 310/315 torch barrel the CA series cutting attachments are the CA-2460, series 1 cutting tips and the CA-2470 that uses the 3 series cutting tips.
    If you want to go back in time then you can use the CA-1050 or the CA-2050.
    Before that then you have the 2450 and the C-1450, that takes us back to 1950 Victor Equipment 844 Folsom Street, San Francisco, Ca

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    Re: Victor torches


    dhm089@hotmail.com


    [QUOTE=Dana gear;8721731]
    Quote Originally Posted by OPUS FERRO View Post

    dhm089@hotmail.com


    [ca?] - All 310 and 315 attachments fit . . .

    With the Victor 310/315 torch barrel the CA series cutting attachments are the
    CA-2460 . . . that takes us back to 1950 Victor Equipment 844 Folsom Street,
    San Francisco, Ca
    It sounds like you are well informed - please refine your original question . . .


    Opus

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