Check Out Our Butane Soldering Irons

Our butane soldering irons are unique and can be used for different projects. These butane soldering irons can be used by amateurs and professionals alike! This blog post is to give the best information comparing the different butane irons so you know which would be the best for you to purchase.

The Pro 90 Butane Soldering Iron Torch Kit: Model #9010

This Pro 90 Kit is easy to carry and can be used anywhere, this kit is a 4-in-1 multi-purpose butane soldering kit. The adjustable tip temperatures can range from 480°F to 1020°F. Refilling your iron with butane will result in up to 55 minutes of continuous use. The power behind this iron is equivalent to an 80-watt electric iron.  This butane soldering is the perfect tool for heavy soldering, brazing and tube shrinking.

Pro 90 Butane Soldering Iron Torch Kit Model # 9010

The Pro 120 Butane Soldering Iron Kit: Model #7977

Well here you found it folks, the industry leading in butane soldering irons. The Pro 120 can adapt as a torch, hot knife, and a heat tool just by changing out the tip! This butane soldering iron can get to a soldering temperature of 480°F-1000°F, and the torch temperature can get to 2400°F. This soldering iron has a run time of 200 minutes when it is filled up with butane. This butane soldering iron has the electrical power equivalent of 30-125 watts. This iron is ready to use within 20 seconds of ignition, and is dependable under all different types of weather conditions.

Pro 120 Butane Soldering Iron Kit (#7977)

The Pro 50 Butane Soldering Iron Kit: Model #7971

Looks like you just stumbled upon the world’s most popular pocket size soldering iron, the Pro 50! Our butane soldering irons are designed specifically for the hobby/do-it-yourselfer. This iron, like the Pro 120 can be adapted to a torch, hot knife and soldering tool by simply changing out the tip! This butane soldering iron has a soldering temperature of 410°F-750°F, and a torch temperature of 2400°F. This pocket-sized iron as a run time of 30 mins when filled up. This iron has a 30-70-watt electrical power equivalent. This iron is powered by readily available butane, so you will never need to worry about the electricity leaking into the sensitive circuits.

Pro 50 Butane Soldering Iron Kit (#7971)

If you would like to check out all of our butane soldering irons click here, and if you want to check out all the different tips that we have click here!

Again, we love to hear your feedback, let us know what you think of these butane irons, or how you use them in different applications our emails are always open info@iso-tip.com OR contact us here!

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