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BernzoMatic JT680 019110 Jumbo Flame Torch Head

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  • Great quality, all brass torch
  • 3x heat output of utility torches
  • Produces high volume 1-1/4" flame.
  • Burns propane only
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Product Description

JT680 Style: Body Brass, Price Each (part# JT680) Jumbo Flame Jet Torch Pencil Flame Jet Torch Self-Igniting Torch Quickfire Self-Igniting Torch Pencil Flame Torch This item features: -Produces a high volume 1 '' flame for heavy duty soldering and heating jobs. -Produces a high volume 1/2'' pencil point flame for detail work. -Stainless steel burn tube and brass tip for durability. -Adjustable flame control. -Ergonomically designed comfort grip. -Regulated to operate in all directions. -Produces 1/2'' wide pencil flame for light work. -Gas Type: Propane. -Process: Soldering, Heating. Material safety data sheets and specs: Propane.pdf

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This BernzoMatic JT680 019110 Jumbo Flame Torch Head Is an all brass torch head. Produces three times the heat output of utility torches. Produces a large, high volume 1-1/4" flame. Only burns propane fuel.

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Technical Details
Part Number 328628
Item Weight9.6 ounces
Product Dimensions5.3 x 10.2 x 1.3 inches
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Item model number19110
MaterialBrass
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB00008ZA0D
Best Sellers Rank #66,511 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableMarch 27, 2003
  
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By D. Jensen on April 3, 2010
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I've had a Bernzomatic pencil tip propane torch for aeons, and it has been absolutely dependable. Indeed it still is. It gets used for a lot of things... like soldering pipes, lighting birthday candles, and firing kilns. It's this last use that prompted the purchase of a larger torch.

My little ceramic glaze test kiln is a very simple updraft affair that uses high-tech refractory insulation and a propane torch. The little Bernzomatic pencil torch will get the kiln to a solid cone 04, but that's about it. I wanted cone 5 capability. Enter the Jumbo Flame Torch Head.

The jumbo torch works perfectly. It's exceptionally solid and well-built. It also has a much higher heat output. It has breathed new life (and tremendous heat) into my little kiln.

Four Years Later: I was a bit surprised that with very little provocation the brass tube between the orifice and burner head broke at the air inlet holes. I called Bernzomatic customer service. They told me this was a "feature" and that I was SOL (my term). I was informed the only recourse was buying a new torch.

So I pinched the broken tube in my PanaVise (using the folded up Bernzomatic warranty to protect the nylon jaws) and soldered the tube together. Heat for this endeavor was provided by a Harbor Freight solder gun, 180 W. Burner works like new.

Harbor Freight soldering gun gets five stars. Bernzomatic Customer Service gets zero stars.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Dean A. Morton on November 3, 2011
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I like this torch. I sometimes make stuff out of silver sheet and silver wire and gallery wire. Small jewelery like things. Silver soldering is slightly more like brazing than soldering up a fiddle's stompbox. When I set out a few small pieces of silver to get carefully stuck together, a large flame blows them all across the soldering board as is the case with most pencil torches. Not good. I don't do this often enough to warrant profesional torch/tips, so I get to use pencil type torch heads. They usually have way too much velocity for my use but the JT680 lets me adjust it, that is, until some ironman wanna be, over-tightens the valve when turning it off and damages the soft brass needle valve making a "ring dent" around it. That's usually the end of adjustability and usefulness--to me. I added that for those who have never purchased and used their own brass torch as a word of caution, if finer adjustability is desired feature. Don't tighten the knob down more than it takes to stop the flame. If leaks are a concern, remove the torch head when not in use.

This torch tip has a 5/8" inside diameter and has manufactured on it cooling fins so that it can be adjusted down to a small flame without undue/unsafe heat accumulation. I presume. The cooling fins, 4 machined grooves 1/8" wide/deep do not do a very good job of keeping the torch cool, but it get's less hot than the personally modified BernzoMatic 370A Torch head that would get as warm as any Japanese nuclear event. A no-no I found out. I usually use the torch at about ½" of bright blue flame and about 2" flame in all. I LOVE the 5/8" width of the flame so I don't need to "wave" the flame as much to heat larger pieces up evenly.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. White on February 10, 2013
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Most of the propane torches available for plumbing and home use are "pencil flame" types - Which means the flame is less than a half inch in diameter. This is fine for most home plumbing repairs and soldering. However, for bending glass tubes (especially Pyrex glass) you need a bigger flame to heat the section you are going to bend.

This torch has a larger diameter flame, about 3/4 of an inch in diameter. While the flame itself from this torch is not hotter than the pencil flame type torches - It puts out a bigger flame and more net heat. This comes in handy if you have somewhat larger item to heat or solder. While a quarter of an inch larger diameter may not sound that much bigger - the cross section area is a bit more than twice as much as the pencil torch flame.

The torch is MADE IN THE USA and I am pleased with he quality and cost. The torch does not have it's own built-in piezo lighter - but you can buy a grill type lighter or a sparker for about $3. Torches with built-in piezo lighters cost 2 to 3 times as much!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By G. Carpenter on October 14, 2011
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This is a standard Bernz-O-Matic product, I think. It looks and feels right, but there is no hint of it on the Bernz-O-Matic website as of the date of this writing. Nevertheless, it provides a broad flame that is quite good and should be good for regular soldering jobs and those few other jobs that one can use a propane torch on and where a broader flame is best.

A small matter: I bought the Amazon recommended #850 flame spreader with the torch. However, someone at Amazon or their machine knows nothing about this torch product because the spreader does not fit this torch. The 850 spreader only fits torches with smaller heads than this one.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tobias Bump on April 22, 2012
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I bought this torch head because I needed such a tool for automotive applications.

It screws right on to $2.99 canisters of propane from the hardware store. I haven't noticed any leaks as the torch sits as one might expect from a lesser brand. The flame produced is adequate for light-medium duty tasks -- at the max setting the flame produced is a brilliant blue around 2-3" long. That's perfect for persuading auto-suspension components on the California cars I wrench on. For heavier tasks, or rust-belt mechanics, a MAPP torch would be a smarter purchase.

I'm going to subtract one star as the gas-control knob is twitchy and the flame tends to "pulse" if you don't exercise a steady hand. The angle of the actual flame head would be better if it was closer to 90*, but I knew that prior to purchase.
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