Originally Posted by Kid
The oxygen/propane trails are interesting.
I think you might just stay with the propane trail... (if you still want to follow this idea)
In general, OIL + OXYGEN + PRESSURE = DANGER! HIGHLY FLAMMABLE
But is the pressure high enought in a propane tank to make the oil catch in fire? What percentage of oxygen should be used to have a "safe" oxygen/propane mix? Does this kind of silicone oil catch in fire like any others?
Questions that seems to be unanswered for now so I'll stick to what I learned in my welding courses: Oil + Oxygen makes nice experiences in chemistry labs but they should always be keep away from each others in real life ...