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Roof tile soldering iron 367-8

roof tile soldering iron
roof tile soldering iron
roof tile soldering iron
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After many years of faithful service, it was time for the “36X” range to evolve to take into account feedback gathered from users from all over the world. >An all-new design to maintain user satisfaction: the Express design team has made a great tool even better. The Cat. No. 367/8 roofer soldering iron is more slender and lightweight (this new version is 20% lighter than the previous one). Handling has also been improved with its new compact casing, which makes it easier for the tool to access hard-to-reach places, such as roof guttering and downpipes, and enables it to be used pointing in any direction. Its textured “soft touch” ergonomic handle makes the tool pleasant to use and provides excellent grip for roofers who often spend many hours on the job. Similarly, the knob is now flush and has a high resistance in order to limit the risk of unwanted adjustments. It is also designed with an adjustment indicator to provide more accuracy. Air suction for the burner is now performed via the rear of the tool, which prevents any pollution of the nozzle. The nozzle now has a cover that protects it from flux vapours when soldering. Combustion is therefore stabilised. This roofer soldering iron is naturally fitted with a Piezo ignition. The ignition has been entirely redesigned to enable self-maintenance: it can be replaced with ease and without the need for tools: This Express product is supplied with an Allen (hex) key making it possible to perform the following actions yourself: – replace the nozzle – remove the burner – remove the casing Its tip Cat. No. 678 can be rotated from 0° to 360° and tilted by +/- 5° for easier handling.



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