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A versatile and compact tool, the professional Portasol Pro Piezo 75 soldering iron features an ultrasonically welded gas tank for better strength, safety, and reliability. The cordless, butane-powered tool offers a click-to-ignite start, and you'll be ready to melt solder less than 30 seconds from ignition. This kit comes complete with seven soldering tips and a hard-sided box for storage and transport.
Ideal for use by maintenance and repair professionals in the automotive, aircraft, marine, and electronics trades, the Pro Piezo 75 offers adjustable power from 15 to 75 watts, and it provides over 2 hours of continuous run time. It easily refills with butane lighter gas in just 10 seconds. The tool's DuPont-engineered, butane-compatible plastics are ultrasonically welded prevents gas leaking on exposure to impact, UV light, and hot/cold temperatures, extending its life.
All Portasol soldering irons are tested for two weeks before final set to ensure reliable ignition and adjustable temperature control. Made in Ireland (and proudly stamped with Déanta in Eirinn), this tool is backed by a 1-year limited warranty.
What's in the Box
Pro Piezo 75 soldering tool; seven tips (four soldering tips, one hot air for heat shrink, one torch, and one hot knife); sponge; tray; stand; hard-sided kit box; operating instructions
Comes complete with hard-sided storage box (view larger).
I bought this at the beginning or a major project to put a full sound system in my truck, as well as replacing the battery cables and grounds. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Mike S.
Looks good works well, only complaint is the case is pretty cheaply madePublished 12 days ago by Payman
works flawlessly. Love all the attachments. NEWPORT gas works the best so farPublished 13 days ago by Dabz559
This is my goto for lighting grills, soldering, shrinking heat-shrink, hot-melt cutting synthetic lines and webbing. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ManAboutTown
I have only used this iron a couple of times for work over the last couple of months and would definitely recommend. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Scott