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Materials & Material Processing -> Soldering Equipment & Supplies -> Soldering Torches


Soldering Torches




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Butane-Powered Microtorch meets CPSC safety requirements.

Butane-Powered Microtorch meets CPSC safety requirements.

Master Appliance Corp.    Racine, WI 53403
Jul 17, 2009 Featuring self-igniting piezo electric ignition, compact Model MT-70 includes fuel adjustment wheel to provide 2,500°F pinpoint or broad blue torch flame. It incorporates trigger switch with pulldown lock, and slide-lock control for hands-free use. Self-contained, refillable butane fuel tank provides for up to 60 min of use on full charge. Torch has ergonomic handle to ensure non-slip grip, and can also be used as soldering iron or flameless heat tool using optional tips.

Professional-Grade Torch features 5 ft hose.

BernzOmatic    Medina, NY 14103
Nov 11, 2008 Maneuverable in hard-to-reach places, Trigger Start Hose Torch features stainless steel burn tube and solid brass regulator that burns in any direction. Instant on/off trigger igniter enables one-handed operation, while adjustable flame control knob allows user to size flame for specific applications, and lock button keeps torch lit for finger-free use. Fuel cylinder holster attaches with belt clip and has carrying handle for added portability.

Cordless Heat Tool Kit offers 4-in-1 functionality.

Cordless Heat Tool Kit offers 4-in-1 functionality.

Master Appliance Corp.    Racine, WI 53403
Sep 26, 2008 Supplied in storage/carrying case, UT-100-TC Ultratorch® Professional Heat Tool Kit comes with everything needed to pinpoint heat, solder/desolder, remove SMT components, heat shrink, repair vinyl, spot dry, cut, or torch materials. It is based on portable, butane-powered UT-100 Ultratorch, which functions as soldering iron, flameless heat tool, hot knife, and brazing torch. Kit also contains soldering, hot knife, torch, and hot air tips; wire cutter; and needle nose pliers.

Soldering Torch reaches final temperature of 1,050°F.

Soldering Torch reaches final temperature of 1,050°F.

General Regulator, Inc.    Wakefield, MA 01880 4553
Apr 20, 2005 Solder Cleanout Torch, Model TM2100CLO feature stainless steel screens in nozzles to prevent clogging. Torch nozzle and venturi are located in manifold base, and stainless steel flame tubes are pressed into manifold. With normal tip pressure of 48 psi, unit is rated to operate with MAPP® gas at room temperature for 20 min.

Butane Torch meets new Child Safety Requirements.

Butane Torch meets new Child Safety Requirements.

Master Appliance Corp.    Racine, WI 53403
Jul 16, 2002 Microtorch Model MT-76K can be used to heat parts, ignite materials, melt plastic, shrink tubing, solder and desolder, and terminate specialty connectors. Kit includes butane powered soldering iron, microtorch, and flameless heat tool plus hot knife tip, shrink attachment, polyfoam cutter, 5 in. wire cutter, 5 in. needle nose pliers, 60/40 solder, and sponge, all packed in durable plastic case. Refillable fuel tank has capacity of 120 min on full charge.

Soldering Iron Kit offers 3-in-1 tool.

Soldering Iron Kit offers 3-in-1 tool.

Master Appliance Corp.    Racine, WI 53403
May 16, 2002 Model MT-76K, with MT-76 Microtorch, combines butane-powered microtorch, soldering iron, and flameless heat tool. Built-in, refillable fuel tank has fuel capacity of 120 minutes on full charge. Removable stand allows tool to be hand held or used on tabletop. Kit also includes hot knife tip, shrink attachment, polyfoam cutter, 5 in. wire cutter, 5 in. needle nose pliers, 60/40 solder, and sponge, packed in plastic case.

Butane Torch provides as much power as 20-60 W electric unit.

Butane Torch provides as much power as 20-60 W electric unit.

Master Appliance Corp.    Racine, WI 53403
Mar 05, 2002 Ultratorch Model UT-35 is an entry-level, butane-powered soldering iron, heat tool, and torch. It runs for 1 hr on full tank, and has fuel reservoir window to indicate butane level. Adjustable temperature control regulates power to tip. Iron-plated and corrosion-resistant preheat solder tips work as both soldering and flameless-heat tip. 1.6 mm chisel-type preheat tip and protective plastic cap come standard with unit.




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