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Product description

SPECIFICATION
Max flame temperature: 1050℃
Gas consumption: 5.5g/min
Gas power: 4100W
Thermal power: 14000 btu
Torch size: 57.3 cm (Long type) 37.5 cm (Short type)
Manual Ignition: Please use an igniter or lighter to light the torch.
Private bag size: 25.5*13.5*4.0 cm
Weight: 390g
Material: Main (Aluminum alloy body, wooden handle) Other (Stainless steel, copper, iron and plastic)



**Important: Blow torch with Screw type valve for 7/16" UNEF threaded valve ( EN417 Screw Thread, Lindal Valve) gas cylinder. ***Not for CGA 600 Propane/ Mapp Gas Canister***

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