Trigger Start Self Igniting Head.
Adjustable Flame Height.
Lock button for continuous operation
Durable cast aluminum torch head, stainless steel burn tube and brass burn tip
Pressure Regulated for consistent performance at any job angle.
Ultra-swirl flame for highest heat output
Work faster and more efficiently with the High Intensity Trigger-Start Torch.
Ideal for job site projects including soldering large copper pipes, brazing and heat treating.
The large, optimized swirl flame provides maximum heat output.
Instant on/off lights with the push of a button and an adjustable flame control knob makes it easy to size the flame for different applications.
Run-lock button keeps the torch lit for continuous use.
Pressure regulated for consistent performance when inverted or used in adverse weather conditions
Cast aluminum body construction for durability
Fracture groove enhances safety in case torch is dropped
Adjustable flame control knob easily sizes flame for different applications
Run-lock button keeps torch lit for continuous use
TS8000 high intensity trigger-start torch head and 14.1 oz. MAP-Pro filled cylinder
Trigger on/off for easy ignition
High Intensity Trigger-Start Torch - TS8000
MAP-Pro Cylinder 399.7g
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SAFE GRILLING TIPS
When you’re ready to start grilling, the Safe Grilling Checklist is an excellent source for tips to keep things safe while using propane cylinders. (Prepared by the Propane Education & Research Council.)
200-400 degrees F Softening putty or paint
350-840 degrees F Soldering: joining metals with a low-temp metal filler for plumbing and electrical projects
400-800 degrees F Thaw frozen locks and rusted nuts-bolts
840-1,500 degrees F Brazing: soldering with a hard filler
1,300-1,600 degrees F Cutting steel
1,250-2,800 degrees F Welding metals together
A single torch flame has many different temperatures. For any gas, the hottest part of the flame is at the tip of the inner flame, where the pale outer flame meets the darker inner flame.
Oxy-MAP-Pro™: Flame temperature in air is 5,200 degrees F. Ideal for: Cutting and welding iron and steel, when you don't need a sharp flame like an oxy-acetylene torch. Oxygen and MAP-Pro™ Premium Torch Fuel cylinders and a specialty oxy-fuel torch are needed.
MAP-Pro™: Flame temperature in air is 3,730 degrees F. Ideal for soldering larger size copper pipes, brazing, heat-treating. Higher flame temperature and better combustion intensity allows tasks to be completed more quickly. Choose a torch specially designed for MAP-Pro™ fuel.
Propane: Flame temperature in air is 3,600 degrees F. Ideal for soldering copper pipes, heating frozen pipes and rusted nuts, softening paint and other low-heat DIY projects. A self-igniting torch is safer and more reliable than a spark. Pick a wide flame for most applications which don't need pinpoint-type heat.