Bluefire Mapp Gas Premium Quality Wholesale Factory

(8 customer reviews)
MODEL MAPP Gas Cylinder
CYLINDER VOLUME (L) 1
DIAMETER (CM) 7.8
HEIGHT (CM) 28
WATER CAPACITY (lbs) 2
SERVICE PRESSURE (psig) 260
TEST PRESSURE (psig) 325
SERVICE PRESSURE (mpa) 1.8
TEST PRESSURE (mpa) 2.24
SPECIFICATION DOT-39
NET WEIGHT 14.1oz/400g
Description

Bluefire Mapp Gas Premium Quality Wholesale Factory

MAPP Gas CylinderMAPP Gas CylinderMAPP Gas Cylinder

Additional information
Color

‎Blue

Brand
Item Weight

‎1.59 pounds

Material

‎Alloy Steel

Maximum Temperature

‎1300 Degrees Celsius

Product Dimensions

‎2.05"L x 6.59"W x 12.87"H

Manufacturer

‎bluefire

Part Number

‎HT-1933-K

Country of Origin

‎Thailand

Item model number

‎HT-1933-K

Style

‎Pro Kit

Pattern

‎Pro Full Kit

Power Source

‎Gas-powered

Item Package Quantity

‎1

Measurement System

‎English/Standard

Usage

‎Commercial/Residential

Included Components

‎6x Replaceable Soldering Iron Heads, Flint Spark Lighter, Storage Box, Hosed Pen Torch

Batteries Required

‎No

Warranty Description

‎Limited Manufacturer Warranty for 1 year

Reviews (8)
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  1. Russell Stephan

    I’m currently building a bunch of 240 volt 50 amp cables. I like to solder the ends of the cooper wire to keep shorting whiskers from being a problem. In the past when doing one or two cables, I’d just use a propane cylinder with a standard plumber’s torch. But, the setup isn’t exactly a precision solution.

    I purchased this with the intent on using MAPP gas to solder tin the big-gauge cables. The problem is, the short 3′ 1/8″ (3.2mm) 20bar (~300psi) hose is far too stiff to move the torch around easily. As a fix, I’ve ordered a 10′ air brush hose. A MAPP gas cylinder produces about 100psi. This is about the maximum pressure for such hose. I couldn’t find any listings for burst pressure. I’ll be anchoring the hose to the barbs with a wire clamp tool similar to the ClampTite offering.

    Also, the torch output seems to be rather inconsistent as it warms. Like being in the shower, as the pipes heat up, the hot water volume decreases. Just be aware and keep an eye out and adjust as necessary.

    The included spark igniter is useless. Have a Bic BBQ or candle lighter on-hand to use as a torch lighter.

    I’m sure once I massage the tool to get it to work the way I need it to, it will function well. But, the fact I have to do the work to make it work, kinda blows.

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  2. Antonio Farinho

    Good torch, the flame is very precise and blue, I liked the feel and sound of the gas flowing/burning. Unfortunately, the gas regulator which attach to the cylinder, did not work at all and I had to return it. (the torch itself has another regulator). I also found that the hose was very rigid and difficult to uncoil, for precision welding its hard to deal with the hose shape, when trying to move the torch the hose will not uncoil and actually drag the cylinder with it, you need two hands to get the hose straight, it’s a bit aggravating. For that reason I decided not to have it replaced, just returned.

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  3. mando_ray

    I bought this to replace an older Burnzomatic MAPP gas pencil torch which they no longer make. This one seems to work well, but the old one had a really flexible hose which this one does not. Still it’s a good torch for what I need. I use it for soldering PL259 and other heavy duty connectors. I wanted something that would use MAPP gas for the extra heat.

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  4. Robert M.

    this product had very few instructions. When i hooked it up all the valves were open and flowing gas. it was a good thing i smelled it and had a draw fan. The only instructions were 2 sentences on the box. and a gagle of warnings.

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  5. Humberto

    Todo en tiempo satisfecho

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  6. John Comeau

    I bought it after decades of buying butane soldering pens that work well at first, for small jobs anyway, and then degrade to uselessness over a period of months, particularly when sub-standard butane is used (and price/reputation is no predictor of a good batch, apparently). But this thing came with no instructions, and the video was more of a marketing tool than a step-by-step introduction to the workings of the torch itself.

    Plus, the piezo lighter is only good for the flame attachment, or possibly also for the soldering base but only before a tip is inserted. Since it would become instantly too hot to safely screw in a tip once lit, the only way I can see is to assemble fully the soldering iron, and then use a butane lighter.

    I hadn’t seen Hao’s review until just before writing my own. That would definitely have helped. But luckily I didn’t have an experience like Vince’s (see his video review).

    My tips for lighting, which I only stumbled upon while giving it one last chance before requesting a return label: the main adjustment, on the part that connects to the tank, opens for 7 and 1/2 half-turns (3 and 3/4 full turns). Open it 3 half-turns to light the torch. The adjustment on the torch handle (the blue thing) opens 1 and 1/2 half turns, or 3/4 of a turn. I opened it halfway (3/4 of a half-turn). I lit the torch tip at the catalyst, after attempting unsuccessfully to light it at the hole at the base of the tip. It flamed for a few seconds, then turned red, and I was good to go. It only took a few more seconds before the head melted solder, and I had my job done in under a minute.

    If it doesn’t also degrade, this will have been my best purchase in a soldering iron in my life.

    Bluefire: produce an instructional PDF for fricksakes, and post it on your website! Make sure it covers all variants of the models!

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  7. Scotty Prevatt

    The size is the key feature to outline in this review. Working with map gas gives the best result when soldering or using it as a torch. The hose is stiff and can make the fuel tank easy to knock over but setting the tank in a base helps with this issue. Over all great simple tool wish i had this years ago

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  8. Rocio

    Im keeping it but it does feel off , I have to play around with it , it would turn off by itself sometimes. I’m using it for soldering/silversmithing projects , I think it might work for small components.

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