Multi-function butane-powered soldering-iron station from Laser Tools

Laser Tools has introduced a new multipurpose butane gas-powered tool that combines a soldering iron, hot air blower, and gas torch (part number 8807).

It comes supplied in a plastic case, which acts as a mini work station, not only holding the attachments and accessories but also allowing it to be used as a safety stand that encloses the tip allowing for it to safely heat up and cool down.

It fires up quickly and easily with the convenient piezoelectric ignition — this handy device features a quick-release mechanism for easy head switching, and the soldering head includes six interchangeable screw-in tips. A heat diffuser is included (great for heat shrink), and it also features a safety lock to prevent accidental ignition together with a flame lock for continuous use.

One 25ml charge of butane light gas offers an approximate run time of 40-60 minutes, and the tool features a convenient viewing window to show gas level. Impressive temperature ranges up to 1300°C (flame), 450°C (soldering) and 600°C for the hot-air blower.