Cavagna Group celebrates patent that kept fire alive for 2006 Winter Olympics


In a recent blog post, leading gas utility manufacturer Cavagna Group (Group) celebrated the technology used in the patent for keeping the torch lit during the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy.

As the medals tally up for international athletes in the current Tokyo Olympic games, an all-Italian torch design was the focus of Cavagna Group in 2006, with the Italian Group being entrusted by the Olympic Committee to develop the technology that kept the Winter Olympics’ iconic torch’s flame burning.

The Group took the event’s motto of ‘Passion Lives Here’ and incorporated it into the torch’s design phases, evidenced by its lightweight body resembling the tip of a ski and its construction utilising brass alloy with aluminium components.

The torch featured the Group’s exclusive patent, a tap with a small pressure regulator, developed vertically, which led to a nozzle for the gas calibration, that was housed inside between the propylene – butane gas cylinder and burner.

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