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The compact, lightweight Portasol Torch 820 high-power butane torch offers an easy grip for a variety of applications. It's great for soldering joints, plumbing and brazing, heat shrink tubing, paint stripping, heating and bending thin metal, fusing rope ends, loosening frozen or rusted nuts and bolts, and maintaining air conditioning units.
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. Weighing just 7 ounces, it's ideal for accessing hard-to-reach areas while maintaining a good grip. Ready instantly, the wind-resistant Torch 820 offers an adjustable flame length of up to 4-1/2 inches with a flame temperature of up to 2,462 degrees F. You'll get up to 45 minutes of continuous use (at the middle setting). It easily refills via a self-venting refill valve with butane lighter gas in just 10 seconds. It also features an all-in-one on/off ignition switch, a safety button, and a detachable safety stand.
All Portasol torches 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
Torch 820; detachable safety stand; operating instructions
Great for soldering joints and brazing, heat shrink tubing, and more (view larger).
Among other uses, this makes a great fire starter in our wood-burning stove. The super hot flame "kick starts" the draft as it ignites the kindling.Published 1 month ago by John Mercer
Very strong torch. Careful on the type of butane you use. Buy the more pure butane, it works better. Recommend...Published 16 months ago by A. Bayou
Worked well even outside. Quick to refill. I used it to heat up metal studs I needed to remove in an aluminum block.Published 22 months ago by J. Buffi