Bluefire Modern Mapp Gas Cylinder Torch Bulk Supply

(8 customer reviews)

BLUEFIRE Modern MAPP is a modern substitute to the traditionally known MAPP fuel gas, which was discontinued since 2008. Currently, our product is the only real original MAPP gas substitute available in the North American Market.

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Bluefire Modern Mapp Gas Cylinder Torch Bulk Supply

Bulk buyers and distributors of any order sizes are welcome. Quantity discounts are available.

Buyers please be aware, MAPP gas is not recommended to be used with Searzall Head because highest temperature our product reached might be too high for the Searzall wire grid, the “Frequently Bought Together” option for Searzall automatically added by GG Group Thai system is not correct, please note this before you place the order. We do not be responsible for any return shipping cost based on this reason.

BLUEFIRE Modern MAPP is a modern substitute to the traditionally known MAPP fuel gas, which was discontinued since 2008.

Currently, our product is the only real original MAPP gas substitute available in the North American Market.

  • With our own Patented formula, BLUEFIRE Modern MAPP Gas can provide the closest performances as the original MAPP gas, which means a significant increase in burning temperature than standard propane, while with a significant decrease in gas pressure than 99.5-100% propylene and propane products.
  • Hotter burn compared to the standard propane in the same circumstance, higher primary flame BTU, shorter brazing time.
  • Lower gas pressure of our formula, allowing us to fill more fuel content into the US standardized fuel cylinder, so each of our unit contains 16.1 oz fuel content, that’s an exclusive 14% more bonus fuel compared to other popular fuel gas products selling on the market. Longer burning time for each bottle (30-45 mins extra working time by our lab tests) .
  • We are the ONE of the ONLY TWO gas cylinder manufacturers, whose products passed federal regulations and can be legally transported and distributed in the North American Market. All our gas containers are manufactured under USA DOT and Canada TC Certification and constant inspections.

Are you feel confused when searching for the right fuel gas products on markets to meet your own needs?

Blue Bottles, Yellow Bottles, Long Bottles, Fat Bottles and etc., there are just too many of choices. Hard task for a commoner just like you and me.

Here is a quick buying guide might help our future customers to make their decision.

In short, there are two major points you need to consider when buying fuel gas products:

  • What’s inside? (Fuel Contents)
  • and What’s Outside? (Containers and Connectors)

The first one will decide which temperature you could reach to, while the latter will decide what device you can fit to your bottle.

The most popular fuel gas contents available in the North American Market include:

  1. Butane: Lower temperature and pressure, also cheaper, mostly utilized in food process and daily uses such as lighters and stoves.
  2. Propane: Medium temperature and high pressure, cheap buying. Probably the most popular fuel gas product sells on market, wide range usage from cooking to small soldering projects that do not required high temperature. Those Blue bottles you usually saw in local markets are mostly filled with propane contents.
  3. Camping gas (approximately 70% Butane and 30% Propane): Special formula aim for outdoor uses, especially for camping and climbing sports in high altitude region, provides higher gas pressure than pure butane to make cooking possible in such environment. Usually available in green color, or fat and short bottles.
  4. MAP/PRO (99.5-100% propylene): High temperature and high pressure, costs more than propane but also produce higher temperature, so you can work on some brazing or welding projects that have certain temperature requirements. Usually with yellow bottles to mark difference from the blue bottle propane.
  5. MAPP / BLUEFIRE Modern MAPP: Specially designed mixture formula. Similar or even higher temperature compared to 99.5-100% propylene and standard propane products, while with medium gas pressure. Usually used for brazing and welding projects that have certain temperature requirements, such as HVAC, Plumbing, Automobile, DIY and etc., some people also use it for food process to avoid propane odor usually left on the cooked food. With yellow bottles to mark difference from the blue bottle standard propane.
  6. Acetyline: Highest temperature and high gas pressure, filled in large and heavy tanks, usually not hand held portable. Commonly used in professional applications for welding and cutting, seldom seen in home and personal applications.

Our Patented BLUEFIRE Modern MAPP is the only real original MAPP substitute available in the North American market, hotter burn than standard propane, while in lower gas pressure. The only and most contented 16.1 oz fuel for each US standardized bottle, 14% more bonus fuel content compared to other propylene and propane products on the market. If you are a person that care about the temperature, our product is a perfect match for you.

Below is a Fuel Comparison Chart for different fuel contents, please keep in mind that gas temperature is highly sensitive to vary factors, read notes carefully and use it just for references.

  • Heat Values listed are Total Heat Values (both Primary and Secondary Flame), hotter fuels generally have higher heat content in the primary flame (the cone), more concentrated.
  • Gas temperature are highly sensitive to both environment and the device that been used. The data in the table are lab test results, use it for reference only.

Different devices use the same fuel gas could produce different temperatures due to their original design, usually lower than the lab test results, refer to your own device’s manual for the max temperaturfuel chart

Fuel Comparison Chart Notes:

 

  • All data in table are from Lab Test data or Recognized Engineering Publications.
  • All the torches manufactured under our brand have passed the strictest lab tests, all the data in our user manual have real lab data to back up. Please check our store for our own branded Torches for better performance.

 

gas connectors

Containers and Connectors:

Four different standardized Gas Cartridges and Connectors are popularly available in North American Market, refers to the left picture:

 

  • Lighter Gas Connector: Mostly on butane filled bottles, light cartridge with low internal pressure, usually for butane refill, such as Zippo Lighter’s refill cans.
  • Bayonet Type Connector: Mostly on butane filled bottles, light cartridge with low internal pressure, usually used for indoor and outdoor stoves, heaters and other lower temperature devices.
  • EU Thread 7/16″: Europe standard connectors, heavier and thicker cartridge with higher internal pressure. Commonly used on outdoor camping gas cartridges, also can fill propane and MAPP.
  • US Thread 1″ (CGA 600): USA standard connectors, heavy and thick cartridge with high internal pressure. Most common cartridge in North American market. Blue Bottle propane products and Yellow Bottle MAP/PRO and MAPP products are all in this category. Widely used in large range from cooking to portable welding tasks.

 

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So, Why choose our BLUEFIRE Modern MAPP?

BLUEFIRE Modern MAPP is the only real original MAPP gas substitute available in the North American Market.

 

  • With our Patented formula, BLUEFIRE Modern MAPP Gas can provide the closest performances as the original MAPP gas, which means higher burning temperature than standard propane, and lower gas pressure than 99.5-100% propylene and propane products.
  • Hotter burn compared to the standard propane in the same circumstance, higher primary flame BTU, shorter brazing time.
  • Lower gas pressure allowing us to fill more fuel content into the US standardized cylinder, our products are the only one that contains 16.1 oz fuel, that’s an exclusive 14% more bonus fuel compared to other popular fuel gas products selling on the market. Longer burning time for each bottle (30-45 mins extra working time by our lab tests) .
  • With USA DOT and Canada TC Certification, We are the ONE of the ONLY TWO manufacturers, whose gas cylinders can be legally transported and distributed in the North American Market.
Additional information
Color

‎Blue

Brand
Item Weight

‎7.4 ounces

Material

‎Brass

Maximum Temperature

‎2372 Degrees Fahrenheit

Product Dimensions

‎5"L x 1.18"W x 3.5"H

Manufacturer

‎Bluefire

Part Number

‎HB-875B

Country of Origin

‎Thailand

Item model number

‎HB-875B

Style

‎Torch Head Only

Power Source

‎Gas-powered

Wattage

‎2.2 KW

Measurement System

‎Imperial

Usage

‎Amateur

Included Components

‎Torch head

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  1. Carl Goldsmith

    Im talking extremely hot in an extremely short period of time. Be careful! Always try to grab it from the tank.

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  2. Mark Jacks

    Bluefire HB-875 propane torch head is a mini propane torch head that can work on almost all tasks and can work at anywhere, although it is compact size, it provides a very powerful and stable flame, hot enough to do the glass beads making or brazing on copper pipes, especially when working on MAPP gas, it can melts glass and metals within seconds! It is very easy to use with the self-ignition trigger and anti-flare functions, you can even temporarily tilt it and work in upside down positions for a short time in shallow spaces. By my expediences, I would say it is as good as those higher priced metal handle torches such as Bernzomatic TS8000, and this Bluefire torch head is even better in some ways, plus it is more budget friendly! I highly recommended this propane torch head to anyone who want an all purpose gas welding torch for home maintenance and craft & hobby DIY.

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  3. Doan T.

    I have recently been getting into brass/bronze brazing as both a hobby and way to do small repairs, as welding generally involves a bit too much equipment/mess, and for what I’m doing, welding would just be overkill.
    I have a lot of good things to say, so I’m going to start with my “cons.” My main complaint with this so far is how much it heats up during use. I don’t have any fear it’s going to melt in my hands, but I would say it gets a bit too hot to handle it bare-handed. You shouldn’t braze bare handed if you can help it, but handling wise it’s something to keep in mind when you’re using it. Basically, plan on using gloves when handling this torch. I would even recommend using an extension hose to keep propane tanks away from it, and to give you something else to hold.
    My other gripe is the plastic parts of the torch. They just don’t feel that well done. It’s a cheap torch so it’s understandable, but it definitely feels plasticky. The igniter button has a lot of play, and I don’t know how long to plan for it to last (you can also light this with a lighter or welding lighter, so I’m not too worried). The gas flow adjustment knob also has a lot of play, and it actually feels like it’s starting to get a bit loose, so I’m already planning on making a sturdier replacement.
    With those “cons” in mind, remember that this is a $25 torch, so it’s not going to be perfect in every way. Its core functionality is great!
    Now for the good:
    In my searches for a good brazing torch, I’ve gone a couple different directions. My first one was a Bernzomatic TS4000, which was nice, but didn’t quite get me to the temperatures I was looking for, did not have an adjustable flame so as to be useful for other home applications, and I quickly upgraded to the TS8000. The TS8000 was a welcome upgrade, but also didn’t do great with plain propane, and performed far better with MAP/PRO gas. In the long term, MAP/PRO is a couple times more expensive than propane, so I still was looking for something that could manage to do what I wanted with regular propane.
    Eventually, I discovered the Bullfinch Autotorch Brazing system, which appeared to do everything the TS8000 did, but with plain propane, based on what I saw from other people’s experiences. However, getting one in the US is expensive and involves jerry-rigging adapters to make it compatible with US propane tanks. A bit too much hassle and cost for what is basically a hobby for me at this point, and my unfamiliarity with pneumatics and pressurized gases make me hesitant to try and make my own adapters, purely from a safety standpoint.
    I finally come upon this Bluefire cyclone torch, and see that people are fairly happy with them for soldering and general use, so at the price they’re available at ($25), I figure it’s worth a shot. From my testing, this torch is VERY much adequate for light and possibly “medium” brazing jobs using regular propane only. I still need to try it with lap joints, but I think that with a minimal heat containment set up around what you’re brazing, this would probably do lap joints just fine. And, with a supplemental heat source, I have no doubts that it would work great.
    Now, that’s obviously probably true of the bernzomatic torches as well, but I think what differentiates the bernzomatics from this one is that this torch throws a slightly lesser “amount” of heat more precisely. The bernzomatics undoubtedly burn hotter, especially on map gas, but they throw that large amount of heat all over the place, and the net outcome of that is a significant heat loss during the brazing process, which ultimately makes a sloppy braze. I have no doubt they’re probably better for larger applications, but for the smaller jobs that I’m doing, the bernzomatics are just too unwieldy. It really boils down to having the right tool for the job.
    I noticed that the area that gets heated up by this bluefire torch is smaller than that heated up by the bernzomatics, and this makes a big difference in getting the bronze / brass to flow to the proper areas of the joint. In my applications, the bernzomatics tended to heat up too large of an area, which made the brass go all over place, including areas that I didn’t want brass in. Not necessarily because it was damaging, but just because having the brass there would just be a waste of materials.
    With all of that said, I would say that if you’re getting into brazing and you’re not doing large pieces, this bluefire torch is probably going to cover a majority of your bases, along with having a lot of extra additional utility as a general propane torch, possibly for glass working (don’t know anything about glass
    working so don’t quote me on that), loosening old bolts, lighting fires and barbecues, soldering, aluminum brazing, and perhaps even some cooking applications (such as finishing creme brulee).
    Again, for the price, you’re getting a lot of torch, so I strongly recommend this!

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  4. Mark Jacks

    So easy to operate, that I decided to keep it instead of returning the item. Thank you again GG Group Thai for the large selection and detailed product information.

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  5. JHW

    This torch has got to be the hottest burning torch of this style.it puts off a lot of heat and flame coming covers alot of area.I use it for glass work and it does the job a lot better and quicker than I thought it would.so if your needing a good torch that can handle all our Pyrex torching needs buy this one asap!

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  6. Wally Dean

    Very easy to use. Quality starter and easy to turn off when done.

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  7. Gerald Walck

    Iights easy and has good flame.

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  8. Marcello Del Carlo

    This mini propane torch head has a compact design while the flame output is super powerful. Made with quality materials, you can feel the sturdiness and weight once hold it in hand. The outer shell is not made by ordinary plastics but by fireproof nylon, I guess. Regulator and internal parts are made by solid brass, much more heavy-duty and reliable than those cheaply-made alloy steel nozzles. It is a all-purpose propane torch that can handle the daily jobs well, from brazing pipes to lighting charcoals. I used this torch head to do glass works, it melts the glass tubes as a piece of butter when using with Bluefire MAPP gas. Perfect welding torch for crafts and hobby. Highly recommend!

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