|For Gas Type:||Propane|
|Flame Temperature:||3,400 ° F|
|Tube Diameter for Silver Brazing:||1/2 in to 1 1/2 in|
|Tube Diameter for Soft Soldering:||1/8 in to 3/4 in|
|Ignition Type:||Manual Start|
|Gas Cylinder Included:||Yes|
|Display Sell UOM:||EA|
|Duty Rating:||Light Duty|
|For Material Type:||Copper|
|Heating Rate:||2500 (Propane)|
|Includes:||(1) Ul2317 Torch Head; (1) 14.1 oz Propane Fuel Cylinder; (1) Lead-Free Solder Wire; (1) Self-Cleaning Soldering Paste; (1) 4 in Flux Brush; (1) Clam Shell|
|Number of Pieces:||5|
|Torch Body Material:||Brass|
|Tube Diameter for Silver Brazing with MAPP Gas:||1/4 in to 1 1/2 in|
|Tube Diameter for Silver Brazing with Propane Gas:||1/4 in to 1 in|
|Tube Diameter for Soft Soldering with MAPP Gas:||1/4 in to 3 in|
|Tube Diameter for Soft Soldering with Propane Gas:||1/8 in to 3 in|
|Type:||Torch Head Kit|
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About Brazing Torches
Use brazing torches for small batch work, repairs, and in tight spots where welds can't be made. They produce a flame for joining metals, shrinking tubing, thawing frozen materials, and other brazing applications.
Brazing is a process of heating two adjacent workpieces and applying filler material to the space between them to create a strong joint. It does not melt the workpiece like welding, and it uses higher temperatures and creates a stronger joint than soldering. Brazing can be used to join workpieces made of the same or different materials.
Replace an existing torch head or get started using brazing torches with these convenient kits.