Now you have 3 alternatives 1- Find an adapter 2- replace your
regulators 3- Have a welding supply house replace the input
fittings on your regulator. Maybe Charles will chime in since the
fittings are identical in Oz.
I use Australian fittings for gas applications, but the best course
of action is to use the fittings native to your country.
I wasn’t sure if BOC was in world wide, but BOC would be the place
to look for gas hoses and regulators. They have specials on occasion,
regulators included. They also sell a very nice leather apron
I will comment on the 3 alternatives.
1- Find an adapter. That’s a reasonable option, however I would just
change the nuts on the torch, and
2- replace the regulators to the country standards.
3- Have a company replace the fittings on your regulator. Don’t,
it’s cheaper to buy a new regulator than to stuff around with your
regulator. The other week I was looking at a customers regulator
where the safety’s had blown. I learned that regulators have soldered
gas seals “everywhere” in their construction. They are a safety
device, treat them as a safety investment.