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Soldering Iron/Heat Tool, Butane

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  • Item # 5PYR7
  • Mfr. Model # EI-20
  • UNSPSC # 23171507
  • Catalog Page # N/A
  • Shipping Weight 0.28 lbs.
Country of Origin TaiwanCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemSoldering Iron and Heat Tool
  • WattsEquals 60 Watt Max.
  • Temp. Rating2370 Max. Degrees F
  • HandlePencil Grip
  • FeaturesButane-Powered, Portable, Lightweight, Easy to Handle, Soldering Iron, Flameless Heat Tool and Torch, Long Lasting Ultratip Soldering Tip is Oxygen-Free, Copper Based, Iron and Chrome Plated With Built-In Catalyst, Tinned With Lead Free Solder
  • Tip2.4mm Soldering Tip, Flameless Hot Air Tip
  • Tip Size2.4mm
  • Length6.5"
  • StandardsGS/TUV
  • IncludesIron, Soldering Tip, Hot Air Tip, Torch Tip, Protective Cap with Striker and Manual
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does the butane tank need to be a certain size--are they portable or permanent?
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They are usually small and either part of the soldering iron or a slip in re-fillable cartridge. Either way can be refilled by Butane that you would buy at the drug store for lighters.
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