Bernzomatic TS4000 Trigger Start Torch
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|EAN||0788809253307 , 7294104637283 , 7241870720398 , 0787461603321 , 7262318322592|
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The product is map-pro, trigger start torch, instant on/off trigger increases fuel savings & convenience, lock button keeps torch lit for finger-free use, replaceable brass tip, burn tip produces swirl flame for maximum heat output, pressure regulated to burn in all directions, cast aluminum construction provides added durability, for use with propane & map-pro fuel.. easy and simple use kit. The product is manufactured in United States.
The BernzoMatic trigger-started cast aluminum torch head light is a self-igniting high-temperature torch head designed for easy operation. Simply pull the trigger for ignition, and release it to turn off. This head produces a swirl flame and burns propane or mapp gas. Pressure regulation allows the flame to burn in any direction and ensures consistent performance. Even while the flame burns, the replaceable brass tip stays cool. The stainless steel burn tube, cast aluminum body, and brass burn tip are constructed for durability. The BernzoMatic torch head weighs 1.3 pounds and is backed with a 1-year limited warranty.See all Product description
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A few additional notes:
- Unlike with low-end propane torches, this one has no trouble when you have it running pointed downwards because its internal pressure regulation properly handles when liquid propane enters from the bottle. Cheap torches will burn incorrectly when they are being fed liquid propane.
- It works with mapp gas just fine.
- Personally, I find that it works better with the shorter/fatter camping propane canisters because it more stable when sitting upright.
- This is actually my second one - I have one at the shop as well for brazing/silver soldering.
Men too. I use it on creme brulee, brulee bananas (with ice cream what what), brulee grapefruit with a hint of sea salt. You can sear thin pieces of meat. If your roasts don't quite have enough color or sear, you could always torch it. It's the convenience of a salamander and the power of the sun god in your hands.
If you are like me, and don't like using lighter fluid for your BBQ (because it gets on the meat later), this is a great solution. Just lock it into the "on" position, place the head under the coals, and watch it light up your BBQ in about 10 mins. You will need to change the position of the flame every couple of minutes so the coals light up evenly.
For BBQ purposes, a gas canister should last you about 50 uses.
Needless to say, I dont use matches or regular lighters anymore.
It took some getting used to from my lower power Bernzomatic TS3000T Quickfire Self-Igniting Torch - Link: http://amzn.com/B00008ZA0B since it is now easy in less than 2 seconds to go from properly matte-finished-will die-and-prevent-any-further-weed-growth to charred black and toasty. There seems to be a bit of an art to killing weeds and I'm really enjoying it. Can't say that about my old method of digging them out with a Hori Hori.
It's very easy to adjust the way you want and the pushbutton instant start will spoil you fast. It turned my handheld propane bottle flamer into a convenient tool... once you use one you will never want to go back. It is much easier to hold your torch as well as you can hold it by the black part instead of adjust, light, and hold it by the can.
One of the tools that I can say I didn't know I needed until I used it, then I just HAD TO HAVE.