Soldering Torches

By on April 7, 2014
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by Judy Ellis,

Tool of the Week for April 7, 2014

This week’s featured video tool tip is about using Butane Torches

Today, Kate Richbourg gives us a quick video tutorial using the Butane Micro Torches. We carry a number of torches that great for the beginner to the experienced metal worker, today we will focus on the Jumbo Max Flame Butane Torch and the Micro-Flame Butane Torch. Dont be afraid to get started with one of the smaller torches and move on to something larger as you get more comfortable. These torches are great for any project on your workbench!


Demonstration by Kate,

This week’s featured tool from is the Jumbo Max Flame Butane Torch: SOL-310.00 and the Micro-Flame Butane Torch: SOL-300.00

Jumbo Max Flame: Our Max Flame butane torch features a large flame nozzle which is desirable for many applications.

Features include: adjustable flame, quick refill design, safety lock, ergo design, electronic ignition and a maximum temperature of 2450 degrees Fahrenheit.

This 7-1/4″ tall jumbo model offers a longer burn time. Butane NOT included. Price: $39.95

Micro-Flame Butane Torch: Our top-quality Micro-Flame butane torch is 6″ tall, features electronic ignition (no lighter necessary) a maximum temperature of 2450 degrees Fahrenheit and a 90 minute burn.

Easy-adjust feature assures the right flame for any job with precision accuracy. Butane NOT included. Price: $36.95


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Jumbo Max Flame Butane Torch

SOL-310.00 available on

Jumbo Max Flame Butane Torch

Micro-Flame Butane Torch

SOL-300.00 available on

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  1. avatar

    Eleanor Mills

    April 7, 2014 at 5:57 am

    Thank you. Now I might not be afraid to use the torch I bought a few months ago!

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    April 14, 2014 at 10:20 am

    I have a Blazer that I have not used for many years. It seems the tip is clogged & torch wont light. Yes it is full with Butane…