Never adjust the regulator to the red portion (approx 15psi) as
acetyline becomes unstable at that pressure. Flash back
arrestors are a good idea with Oxy/Actetyline.
Keep your tank upright and if it starts spitting during use shut
it down & let it sit before trying it once more. With further
problems take it back to your supplier as the acetone is coming
out and should be replenished.
Get a striker and use to light your torch, “bic” lighters can be
dangerous because the plastic can melt.
A good source for safety info can be from your supplier. Also
there are numerous discussions in the orchid archives from
several months ago.
Remember that some of the fittings used with A. are left-handed
and usually have a notch or similar marking on the wrench flats.
A. smells like garlic. Use a soap bubble leak detection solution
to check for leaks, (I reccomend getting an oxygen rated solution
just because you should get in the habit of using a solution
which will be safe if you do ever go to check your leaks in