These butane soldering irons heat up quickly and are ideal for soldering jobs in outdoor areas where electrical outlets are not available. Powered by butane gas, they have no cords to get in the way and provide portability and freedom of movement.
Soldering is the process of heating two metal surfaces and applying a filler material, or solder, to create a connection between the surfaces. Soldered joints are mechanically weaker than welded joints but provide better electrical conductivity for applications such as building circuit boards or installing electronic components. Soldering requires lower temperatures than brazing.
Ideal for basic soldering tasks, these soldering irons have one operating temperature.
Adjust the temperature on these soldering irons to improve results on different materials and help prevent damage to sensitive work surfaces.
Convenient kits include a butane soldering iron, tips, and other soldering attachments and accessories.