Ronson Tech Torch Auto Start
The Ronson Tech Torch Auto Start is an excellent tool for projects around the house or outdoors. It produces a precision, 'hi-heat', blue flame for various applications such as hobby work, cooking specialties, loosening nuts, bolts, and pipes, and soldering metal tubing.
Tech Torch Product Features
- Electronic ignition with auto start
- Adjustable flame
- Large metal tank that holds over 20 grams of fuel
- Heats to 2400° F (1300° C)
- Built in wind guard
- Flame stays lit in inverted position
- Includes connector/blower attachment, fine point soldering tip and chisel soldering tip
- Child-resistant trigger
- Packaged with Ronson Ultra Butane Fuel
- One-year warranty.
Tech Torch Uses
The Tech Torch is great for indoor or outdoor use. Uses include:
Soldering of hard or soft solder connections
Jewlery or dental repair
Leaded glass work
Shrinking plastic tubing
Loosening nuts, bolts, and pipes
Craft and hobby work
Igniting pilot lights
Cooking tasks such as creme brulee or blistering peppers
Bending and shaping PVC pipes
Removing paint or putty
What sets the Tech Torch Apart?
The Trajectory of unit/flame - the angle of the Tech Torch flame versus perpendicular flames make this ideal for soldering work
'Hands Free' Operation - The base enables the Tech Torch to operate in a static position on its end like a Bunsen burner
Attachments - includes 2 soldering tips and a connector/blower attachment
Co-packed with butane fuel
Quick and easy to use
More features for your money.
Adjustable Flame Dial
The adjustable flame dial on the Tech torch allows for you to choose the intensity of the flame and size needed for different applications. The Tech Torch is equipped with an air mixture control to adjust the flame temperature down from the 'hi-heat' blue flame to a lower temperature yellow flame for tasks such as bending glass.
Fine Point Soldering Tip
The fine point soldering tip on the Tech Torch is commonly used for precision electronics work, but is often used for general soldering. The pointed tip helps to deliver heat to small areas, such as tiny surface-mount components.
Chisel Soldering Tip
The chisel tip is typically used for general soldering work. This type of tip has a larger surface area that allows for more heat to be transferred from the soldering iron to the electrical component and/or solder. The chisel tip is great for soldering wires, through-hole components, large surface-mount components, and for desoldering as well.
Refillable with Ronson Butane
The Tech Torch comes packaged with Ronson Butane for easy filling and fuels within seconds.
To fill the Tech torch:
Only use Ronson Butane Fuel
Before fueling, be sure that the black continuous flame button is released (gas trigger in 'off' position)
Press white tip of the butane fuel vertically downward into the torch's fuel inlet valve on the torch bottom and apply firm pressure
Fuels in seconds. Stop fueling when fuel sprays back.
After filling the torch, allow a few minutes for the butane to stabilize before igniting.