Butane Solder Torch, Ideal for brazing, silver soldering, jewellery work, heat shrinking, plumbing and general hobby work. Includes bonus stand. The Micro torch features an adjustable flame, and safety lock to stop accidental ignition. Easy to use Piezo spark for single-handed ignition.
- Ignition: Piezo Spark
- Flow Control: Dial
- Safety Lock for Storage: true
- Ignition Lock: true
- Fuel type: Butane
- Re-fill point (for internal tanks) : Bottom
- Packaged Volume: 2.77l
- Packaged Weight: 0.24kg
- Packaged Length: 24cm
- Packaged Width: 16.5cm
- Packaged Height: 7cm
- Soldering iron type: Gas Soldering Iron
- Temperature: 1300°C
Is flood soldering an Anderson plug with a butane solder torch better than a soldering iron?
Soldering irons are a common choice for flood soldering Anderson plugs, however, soldering irons can take longer to heat up and may not provide enough heat to work quickly.
Top 5 Reasons for using a Butane Solder Torch for flood soldering Anderson Plugs:
- High heat output: Butane torches have a high heat output, making them ideal for flood soldering quickly, reducing the time required to complete the job.
- Portable: Butane torches are portable and can be used in any location, making them ideal for on-site work.
- Versatile: Butane torches can be used for a wide range of soldering tasks, making them a versatile tool for any soldering job.
- Efficient: Butane torches are fuel-efficient and can provide a stable flame for a long period of time. This makes them ideal for large and complex soldering jobs, where a consistent heat source is required.
- Precise control: Butane solder torches are designed to provide precise control over the heat output, making them ideal for delicate soldering tasks where precision is required. This feature makes them ideal for flood soldering Anderson plugs, where a consistent, uniform amount of solder is needed for a strong and reliable connection.
Check out the Get Good Gear Anderson Plug Stand and Butane torch in action: