This particular homemade flamethrower is crafted to be as small as possible, which keeps your hands and arms free to throw flames while you use it! With an air compressor, a diesel nozzle, a fuel tank, some hose, and some fittings, you’ll have a flamethrower capable of running off of tiki torch fuel.
Homemade Flamethrower Tutorial
Step 1: Air Compressor
Start with an air compressor. You’ll want to remove the regulator of the machine and fill in the space left behind with a brass plug.
Step 2: Tap a Hole
Tap a hole in the bottom of the compressor to add fittings.
Step 3: Set Fitting
The fittings should be properly connected and make sure that there will be no leaks coming out.
Step 4: Run Hose From Valve
Run a hose from the valve and fit the end with an internal check valve.
Step 5: Connect Valve to Diesel
Connect the internal check valve to a diesel nozzle.
Step 6: Remove Spout and Add Pipe For Fuel
Remove the spout and add a pipe running down to a tip and hose as pictured. The tip and hose will run the fuel for your flame.
Step 7: Tap Hose To Tank
Run a hose with a nozzle to a fuel tank tapped with a valve and fitting like this. Fill up your tank with tiki torch fuel!
Add a valve along the hose to better regulate your fuel.
Step 8: Adjust and Test
Spark up and start throwing flames! You can adjust with the nozzles on the hose. The whole rigging will fit neatly into a backpack.
Watch this video from King Of Random for other DIY ways of creating a flamethrower:
Always remember to use this homemade flamethrower with extreme caution. This is not a toy but a piece of very dangerous equipment and should be kept away from kids at all times.
Do you have other ways of creating your own flamethrower? Share it with us in the comment section below!
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on May 23, 2018, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.