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Model 3198-550

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550 Watt, 1-1/8" Heavy-Duty Soldering Iron
3198-550
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My company specializes in supplying and installing high-end custom copper gutter-work, and I've been using American Beauty's 300 & 550 watt heavy-duty soldering irons for years. From a technical standpoint, sheet-metal solder joints serve two purposes, establishing a physical connection as well as a hermetic seal. It is absolutely essential that these joints are done properly the first time, for repairs to leaky copper gutters after the fact will prove 100 times more difficult than simply doing the job correctly the first time. I can always count on my American Beauty iron to generate and maintain enough heat to ensure perfectly soldered seams.

Charlie @ Chuck-Ways Contracting Co., Shelby Township, MI



$313.00
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Applications
Users of this product have stated that they use it for several jobs which include but are not limited to:
  1. Melting sealant on PTFE flexible stadium roofs
  2. Testing fire/heat detectors in no-flame areas (gas stations)
  3. Soldering stainless steel roofing and flashing
  4. Soldering 14 gauge and thinner copper gutters, awnings, roofs and flashing
  5. Soldering down Spout to 1/2 Round Copper Gutter
  6. Soldering 3/4"Dia. pipe to an aluminum water pan
  7. Joining barrels of shotgun with 'ribs'
  8. Soldering copper conductor tubes to industrial size capacitor coil packages
  9. Soldering commercial sheetmetal soldering in locations where propane and open flames are prohibited (hospitals, refineries, etc.)
  10. Soldering wire cloth dandy roll on paper machine
  11. Soldering copper conductor tubes to industrial size capacitor coil packages
  12. Reflowing heat welding polyester felt into a tube
  13. Soldering battery cables on aircraft
  14. Melting drive belts for conveyor systems
  15. Soldering to make lead flashings
  16. Cutting rope and nylon webbing
  17. Soldering on large electric motors
  18. Soldering flat panel roofing