Microtorch; Self Igniting with Safety Lock, Built In Refillable Plastic Fuel Tank, Two Hours Non Sto
- Item# 1WG61
- Mfr. Model# MT-51
- Catalog Page# 247
- UNSPSC# 23171517
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- Item Microtorch
- Flame Temp. (Deg. F) 2500
- Powered By Butane
- Characteristics Self Igniting with Safety Lock, Built In Refillable Plastic Fuel Tank, Two Hours Non Stop Burning with Full Charge, Adjustable Broad or Pinpoint Flame
- Application Use to Heat and Ignite Materials, Pinpoint Torch, Shrink Tubing, Solder and Desolder, Terminate Specialty Connectors and More
- Standards Meets CPSC Requirements, CSA, TUV/GS
- Includes Built in Refillable Fuel Tank and Hands Free Lock
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