connecting the canister with the remaining gas to the gas connection on the upper side of the gas saver valve, and the gas connector on the lower side to the torch that will receive the residual gas
Can you fill a lighter with another lighter?
A valve at the bottom of the tank on refillable lighters is designed to receive fuel. Refillable lighters, such as Bic or disposable lighters, are not available. There is no method to refill a disposable lighter’s gas tank after the gasoline runs gone. When a lighter has a bottom-mounted valve, you can add gasoline to the tank by inserting the stem from a can of butane.
Can you put butane back in the canister?
Refilling with butane is relatively safe. Under no circumstances should you fill backpacking canisters with 100 percent propane. The next stage in the refilling process is to connect everything.
Can you remove butane from a torch lighter?
When you buy a torch lighter for the first time, it is not filled with butane. Instead, the gas chamber of your lighter is filled with oxygen, which must be purged by replacing it with butane. Have you ever acquired a new lighter, filled it with butane, and when you tried to light it, a flame appeared for a fraction of a second before quickly dissipating? The butane is attempting to ignite, but because oxygen is less flammable than butane, the oxygen from the chamber extinguishes the flame. To avoid this, you must purify the air to ensure that only butane is released. Another reason to purge your lighter is to relieve excess air pressure in the gas chamber, which causes your lighter to discharge butane every time you load it. If the pressure is not released after each usage, it will continue to build with each refill, resulting in less and less butane flowing into the gas chamber. This may lead you to feel that your lighter is no longer able to store butane, but regular purging will make a significant impact.