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Bernzomatic 14.1 oz. Map-Pro Cylinder


14.1 oz. Map-Pro Cylinder

  • Ideal for medium to heavy soldering
  • Features an ergonomic grip for comfort
  • This cylinder is recyclable
$1097 /each
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Product Overview

Bernzomatic 14.1 oz. MAP-Pro cylinders provide maximum heat output for more efficient use and faster work times. Designed for heavy-duty use including soldering large copper pipes, brazing and heat treating, the slim, lightweight cylinder is easy to grip and maneuver. Flame temperature in air is 3,730 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • Use with hand torches designed for MAP-Pro fuel, including Bernzomatic torches
  • Flame temperature in air of 3,730 degree F / 2054.4 degree C, ideal for medium to heavy soldering and brazing
  • Faster heat transfer than propane fuel
  • Slim, lightweight cylinder is easy to grip and maneuver
  • Durable steel construction
  • CGA600 connection

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Customer Questions & Answers

This is not the MAPP gas that was discontinued in the US around 2010, correct?

I'm looking for a substitute for the MAPP gas, from Dow Chemical, that is a blend of methylacetylene (propyne) and propadiene. That gas burns at around 6000 °F, compared to propane's 2000 °F burning temperature. I need to temper some O1 tool steel, not solder copper pipe.
Asked by: David
6000 f temp would only be achieved by mixing in oxygen with a separate additional tank of oxygen -- There's no "Air / Gas" set up that will burn at 6000 f -- You will not be able to "Braze" with just this Map-Pro cylinder itself
Answered by: GANU
Date published: 2017-01-19

Can I use this with my trigger-start propane torch?

I recently bought the trigger start propane kit but it takes a lot of time and every bit of heat to get it to work with copper pipes. I'd like to move up to this Mapp gas, do I need a new trigger-torch tip or can I use the same one I'm using with the propane? I'm sure I can but want to be sure/safe, thanks!
Asked by: Steve
Trigger torch and regular torch produce the same BTU's and by some chance they are different, the temp is miniscule (very low) This set up is called "Air/gas" to where the gas velocity is mixed with air One will only get so much temp / Btu's out of this set up -- This gas (by itself) is suited to solder up to (about) 2" copper pipe If larger than 2" copper pipe ,, the heat evaporation will be greater than the heat input and will start to become difficult to reach the proper temp- to "wet out" the solder filler material -- Copper is very heat conductive, and the larger the pipe, the more heat will be drawn away,,,, you need to counter this by a larger torch (more btu's) or switch over to a Oxy-Acet set up ,,, or,,, an Air/Acetylene torch which has a higher temp- -- Acetylene is the hottest of all fuel gases -- In order of lowest to hottest Air/Propane or mapp Air/Acet- Oxy/Acet
Answered by: GANU
Date published: 2017-06-15

Can I use this to cook?

Asked by: Stove
Providing the equipment is designed for these tanks,,, YES -- It even says it right on the tank
Answered by: GANU
Date published: 2017-02-23

does this cylinder have a shelf life?

does this cylinder have a shelf life?
Asked by: someoneinpnw
No it doesn't ,,,, Pending the valve stays valid, and the tank is kept clean and dry, and it's never dropped or compromised in any way, or exposed to extreme temperature variations..... -- Although just about everything has some sort of shelf life pending the amount of years (or decades) you let it sit -- IF,,, by some very rare instance the tank valve itself leaks (which I don't think will ever happen) you could always screw on the torch and use the torch valve as another valve to shut off the tank leak,, a valve after a valve ,,,, sort of
Answered by: GANU
Date published: 2017-06-15
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Customer Reviews

14.1 oz. Map-Pro Cylinder is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from There's a lot on incorrect facts in these reviews. Here is the real technical data. This is pro... There's a lot on incorrect facts in these reviews. Here is the real technical data. This is propylene (aka propene), not MAPP gas. MAPP gas is no longer produced in the US. Propylene burns only about 80 degrees F hotter in air than propane, and overall heat output of propylene is actually lower than propane. However, propene burns at a 1:4.5 fuel / oxygen ratio; propane burns at 1:5. This means for a given amount of available oxygen, you can burn about 10% more propene. The vapor pressure of propene is higher than propane by about 25%, so when you open the valve, you have a higher gas pressure, which means higher volume with the same sized opening. In simple terms, more gas comes out and it all burns, giving you a hotter flame. This has some advantages over real MAPP. Propene is essentially non-toxic; MAPP is very toxic. MAPP gas also reacts with copper and silver, which is exactly what you're using when soldering water pipes. Propene is not reactive with these or most metals. Keep in mind that the torch makes the biggest difference. If you are soldering plumbing, getting a bigger torch will make the biggest difference, not a specialty gas. The actual temperature doesn't matter - solder melts at only a few hundred degrees. You need a higher volume of heat, which can only be delivered by the proper torch.
Date published: 2017-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product Good price and product. And buying online picking up in store very easy
Date published: 2016-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for Silver Soldering After wasting an enormous time with a propane torch, I decided to run down to HD and pick up a Map-Pro torch and cylinder. Fired it up and soldered a silver bracelet together in less than 10 seconds! This stuff is great!
Date published: 2016-05-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not the original MAPP gas. This is not the MAPP gas sold before 2008. This gas burns only 150 deg. F hotter than propane, where the MAPP made before 2008 burned about 2000 degrees hotter. It's not worth the extra cost, unless you really need that 150 degrees I would stick to propane.
Date published: 2016-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely awesome. Short of having oxy acetylene torches, mapp gas is the way to go.
Date published: 2012-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I used the blue bottle of regular propane to do some copper pipe soldering and it just didn't giv... I used the blue bottle of regular propane to do some copper pipe soldering and it just didn't give me the heat to do a good enough job. I bought this and it burns hotter so the brass to copper and copper to copper joints heated up quicker and got hotter and melted the solder into the joints a lot easier. Glad I switched to this.
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best customer service very friendly ,smooth transactions Only problem. Is the price went up from 7 bucks to 9 something ,, that kinda bothers me a bit ,, but it always do the job at brazen the water supply line copper pippin etc ,, not good English pardon me
Date published: 2016-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Review Was surprised cylinder lasted longer than I originally expected. I was doing home soldering/plumbing work. Two cylinders and the job was done
Date published: 2016-12-20
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