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Blow Lamp 8800 for Soldering
This multifunctional blow lamp is designed for copper and tin brazing and is one of the more practical and easy torches to use, with its piezo ignition and ergonomically designed handle.
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This multifunctional blow lamp is designed for copper and tin brazing and is one of the more practical and easy torches to use, with its piezo ignition and ergonomically designed handle.

Suitable for all current repair work: thaw pipes, unlock rusty metal objects, lite BBQ's and fires and much more.

The blow torch is powered by a disposable butane gas cartridge and has an output of 1.6kw producing a working temperature of 1850°C. The body is made of tough ABS plastic and the cartridge housing is made of powder coated steel for long life.

The butane cartridge can be removed if required and will reseal.

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  • Ergonomic handle for extra grip
  • High performance stainless nozzle
  • Manageable, light, high stability
  • Power: 1.60 kW
  • Operating endurance: 1 hr 30 min
  • Brazing capacity: Ø14, Ø16 and Ø50mm.
  • Comes with 2 years guarantee

 

Applications
Used for all types of applictaions including, soldering, thaw pipes, unlock rusty metal objects, lite BBQ's and fires and much more
Specifications
  • Ergonomic handle for extra grip
  • High performance stainless nozzle
  • Manageable, light, high stability
  • Power: 1.60 kW
  • Operating endurance: 1 hr 30 min
  • Brazing capacity: Ø14, Ø16 and Ø50mm.
  • Comes with 2 years guarantee
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