Soldering Torch – Air Inlet by Torch Insert
The propane flame with sucked air (2000 °C) serves as a heat source for a lot of processes, like soldering, brazing, annealing, hardening, smelting etc., but also in direct use for flame cleaning of e.g. old paint. In DIN EN 731 T4 these devices are standardised. The programme contains different hand grips, welding torches, welding heads with extension tubes and different compositions – sets – as well as soldering irons. Sets are assortments of various hand grips and inserts for different applications like soldering, brazing etc.
Soldering Device (soldering irons) are ready for use torches with hammerhead copper bit or pointed copper bit. They consist of a hand grip with shut-off valve 175.100 and soldering torches 175.071 or 175.072
Soldering Torch – Air Inlet by Hand Grip
Soldering Irons, hand grip classically shaped, with shut-off resp. regulating valve and air-pusher for regulation of intake air. Torch head with protective hood, piston bracket and hammerhead copper bit or pointed copper bit for soldering.
Soldering Irons with round hand grip serve to work with the unshielded flame, thus mainly for soldering and brazing. Operating pressure 1,5 to 2,5 bar.
Hand Grip the classic hand grip with round wooden grip possesses an adjustable air inlet and a needle valve as fine regulation- and shut-off valve.
Torch Head with flame lengths lower than 150 mm are available as straight, arcuated, or paint stripping heads. Operating pressures 1,5 to 2,5 bar, i.e. operation with assembled pressure regulators only. Consumption see table.