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Weller PSI100K Super-Pro Self-Igniting Cordless Butane Soldering Iron Kit


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  • Operates up to 2 hours per refill of standard butane fuel.
  • Kit contains PSI100 iron, sponge, stand and extra tips-Packed in a plastic case.
  • Features Auto Switch safety shut off
  • Butane fuel level is visible through a window on the body of the tool
  • Built in butane filter
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Technical Details
Part Number PSI100K
Item Weight11.2 ounces
Product Dimensions3.7 x 11.7 x 1.9 inches
Item model numberPSI100K
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionLimited Lifetime Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB000ICGN38
Best Sellers Rank #12,340 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 6, 2006
  
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The professional quality Weller PSI100K self-igniting portable butane heat tool kit includes a PSI100 iron, sponge, stand, extra tips, and a durable case for handy storage and transport. The butane-fueled soldering iron is ideal for service technicians for such uses as anti-static soldering, heat shrink and cutting rope. The rugged stainless-steel body provides up to 125 watts of power with adjustable temperature up to 1,076 degrees F. It features an auto-switch safety shut-off, iron plated tips, and built-in butane filter. The butane fuel level is visible through a window on the body of the tool, and it operates up to 2 hours per refill.

What's in the Box

PSI100 iron, sponge, stand, extra tips, plastic case

About Weller

Weller has been the leading brand in professional-quality soldering equipment since 1945. In addition to its famous irons and soldering guns, Weller is also recognized as a leader in advanced electronic rework and repair equipment and irons for sophisticated industrial applications as well as numerou products for DIYers and hobbyists.

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PSI100K Super-Pro Self-Igniting Cordless Butane Soldering Iron Kit

At a Glance
  • Ideal for anti-static soldering, heat shrink and cutting rope
  • Up to 125 watts of power with adjustable temperature up to 1,076 degrees F
  • Butane fuel level is visible through a window on the body of the tool
  • Operates up to 2 hours per refill

Product Description

The Weller Portasol PSI 125 w soldering iron is sold 1 pack per case and is another quality product from Weller. This soldering iron is designed to work with WB1 - Butane Refill, WB2 - Butane Refill. Provides an output wattage of 125 w.

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Customer Reviews

Fast fill, fast heat, heat shrink works well.
V. Longwell
I was so impressed with my old one I sent one as a Christmas gift to a good buddy a couple of years ago.
J. Canfield
I would recommend this iron to ANYONE who does a good amount of soldering.
Ryan

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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By FlyingPolarBear TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 4, 2010
This is a hotter version of the Weller P2KC Pro.

Butane heats up fast and cordless is convenient! I will never go back to electric soldering irons.

Here's a quick comparison with the P2KC Pro model:

Runtime
P2KC: 90 min
PSI100K: 120 min

Temperature
P2KC: 850F
PSI100K: 1076F

Equivalent Wattage
P2KC: 25-75W
PSI100K: 125W
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Barry A&P on December 22, 2010
I have owned my Portasol Iron for 15 years now and i have used it quite regularly, it is my preferred iron for quick jobs or field repairs. the iron heats fast and puts out good heat i have no trouble soldering Lugs on 10Ga wire (although slow have even done 6Ga). The unit also has nice one handed controls Just Turn gas on with your thumb, click the ignitor a few times and 15 seconds or so youre soldering, but shut it off when youre done and just reignite for the next terminal. if you lay it on the bench for a few seconds between soldering jobs it will overheat and damage the plating on the tip. My iron survived a few years in alaska kicking around in a tool bag. The temp (Gas Flow) adjuster also works good, the unit has a exhaust port on the side of the tip that used to annoy me because it would burn whatever you were working next to, I just make sure i am aware of where its pointing and have found it works great for shrink wrap heating from the exhaust so you dont have to change tips. My Butane tank just froze (i guess it froze as another butane item failed the same day for the same reason) and broke but after the use and abuse it has suffered i guess i cant complain much. i hope the replacement lasts me as long.

happy Soldering
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Gary Smith on May 8, 2013
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I have purchased several low cost butane irons and all of them were made cheaply. While nearly everything at low cost today seems to be made in China, some China production is truly worthless junk that will fail shortly & you with no replacement parts to be had from anywhere. My last $30 iron was one of these & it looked wonderful but the metal was so soft it deformed when hot and low pressure applied to the tip.

I am a Ham Radio operator 300 feet from the ocean and have migrated from lead based solder to the lead free versions which will not oxidise as readily near salt water. This requires a higher heat as some of the wires are 14 gauge and the connectors are substantial. Being far from electricity the only way I could get the power to solder was to use a 1,200 watt inverter and power it from a motorcycle battery and then use my Weller electric iron to do the job. A lot of work and the battery did not last long. To carry a deep cycle battery out to the different antennas is not realistic.

This weller Iron does three particular things for me; It melts the plumbing solder quickly. It has a very effective adjustment valve for the gas (heat) flow and it is solid as a rock. More, it starts easily and the controls are effective. I rate this 5 stars because it does what I bought it to do and it does it well. It is NOT a 250 watt equivalent iron and I don't know if there is one for butane that gets that hot. I would like one assuming it also went down to as low a temperature as this one but I don't need it

Cons: The product itself is just fine. You do need to remember to shut off the gas by using the on/off "switch" as at the lowest valve setting there is still a miniscule flame that endures and will remain lit while you put the iron away.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Deuel on November 19, 2009
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This thing is great!

I bought this to solder over a hundred connections for the XLR microphone patch panels in my son's new music studio. It was SO nice not having to deal with a cord, and the unit felt balanced and comfortable in my hand. I felt like it heated up much faster than my old electric iron, and it maintained it's heat better, as well. Butane consumption was totally acceptable-I filled the unit twice to make all those connections. My total burn time was well over 3 hours, since I let it 'idle' while I was tracing wires, stripping them, etc.

This is one of those tools I wish I'd picked up a long time ago-I'm now going around and systematically soldering my landscape wiring connections, which is something I never would have done with an extension cord and an electric iron.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ryan on February 8, 2009
The Weller Portasol PSI100K is probably the best butane iron I have used so far. The method of changing tips is great, and the heat shrink tip included is so helpful!

I would recommend this iron to ANYONE who does a good amount of soldering. Now if you solder something like once a year, this is not the iron for you because the price just isn't worth it for a yearly use.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Tadao Baba on December 25, 2012
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This thing is great! My buddy had the smaller version of this, and it did a great job on a small electronic product. This has a wide heat range, nice build quality, and comfortable to use. Nice box to house it, too. Great for soldering on a vehicle our off of the workbench, it will go everywhere! No more soldering pencils or guns for me!
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19 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Raymond Pipkin on December 6, 2009
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I am giving this product 3 stars because of its poorly written instructions,

Besides the iron itself, the kit includes a 3/32" double flat soldering tip, a 3/16" double flat soldering tip, a 5/16" hot knife tapered to a point along one edge, and a hot air blower that can be used with an included air deflector for shrinking electrical heat shrink tubing. Also included is a small sponge for wiping the soldering tips, and a cylindrical tip cover. The tip cover has a projection which, when the cover is placed on the iron, holds the sliding butane on/off switch in the off position. Don't expect to find a parts list, or information on the cylindrical tip cover, anywhere in the instructions.

The instructions, however, do contain the obligatory identical instructions in French and Spanish. The instructions are written in such small print that it almost requires a magnifying glass to read them, particularly if one is over 55.

The iron itself does what it is designed to do. It heats very fast, about 15-20 seconds to solder-melting point temperature. Its maximum heat output is equivalent to 125 Watts (adjustable). For comparison, the heat output of its less expensive companion, the Weller 3PKC, lies in the 25-75 Watt range. I have used the 3/32" soldering tip and the air blower/heat deflector to solder and to shrink electrical tubing. It works fine.

All of the markings on the iron are in raised black symbols on a black background. Experience will teach which symbols stand for off and on.

The kit is made in Ireland, The instructions may have come from the darkest region of Tibet.
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