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Bernzomatic 14.1 oz. Map-Pro Cylinder
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Bernzomatic

14.1 oz. Map-Pro Cylinder

  • Ideal for medium to heavy soldering
  • Features an ergonomic grip for comfort
  • This cylinder is recyclable
$10.97 /each

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

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August 11, 2016
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.
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October 13, 2016
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You're right.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MAPP_gas
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Old mapp gas only burns around 6000 with oxygen added not in air as mapp gas torch. You would need mapp+ oxygen bottles to get near 6000 as it won't come close without the oxygen.This isn't as good as the old stuff but is the substitute for it and does much better than propane.
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August 15, 2016
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Thank you for your interest in Bernzomatic products. No, this is not MAPP gas. This Map-pro cylinder contains propylene. If you have any additional questions please call 1-800-359-9678 or email: Bernzomatic@WorthingtonIndustries.com
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August 14, 2016
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Unfortunately, the MAPP gas formula that was discontinued is no longer being produced. The flame temperatures of available gasses are: propane - 3578F; butane - 3578F; Map-Pro - 3650F; acetylene - 4532F. However, add oxy and the flame temps increase: oxy-propane and oxy-butane - 4579F: oxy-Map-Pro - 5300F; oxy-acetylene - 6296F.
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Can I use this to cook?

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I would think NO as they don't make stoves that run off this.This cannot be used on a propane appliance. If using a mapp gas torch you could but would be hard as you may burn the food.Unsure what you mean by cooking with ? But I would say NO unless as a chef to glaze the top of the food but only with a mapp torch. Hope this helped.
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June 14, 2016
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This is made to be used for medium to heavy soldering or brazing applications.
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June 14, 2016
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Thank you for your interest in Bernzomatic products. Yes, this can be used to cook food. However, it is highly recommended that you check with the manufacturer of your appliance, to ensure that it is compatible for use with this fuel. Propane is a much less expensive fuel, and likely is the recommended fuel for your appliance. If you have any additional questions please call 1-800-359-9678 or email: Read More
Thank you for your interest in Bernzomatic products. Yes, this can be used to cook food. However, it is highly recommended that you check with the manufacturer of your appliance, to ensure that it is compatible for use with this fuel. Propane is a much less expensive fuel, and likely is the recommended fuel for your appliance. If you have any additional questions please call 1-800-359-9678 or email: Bernzomatic@WorthingtonIndustries.com Read Less
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Can I use this with my trigger-start propane torch?

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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!
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NO it can't be used with a propane torch as it is much higher heat output.You need a mapp gas torch to use it safely, also does much better job than propane.But for a propane torch only use propane as this might overheat the torch.
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You cannot use a propane tip for map gas although you can use a map tip for propane gas
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This MAP-PRO gas doe not burn a lot hotter that regular propane so but might be adequate for your purpose, Unfortunately, they stopped producing the real MAPP hotter burning gas a few years ago. Get a swirl type torch,as it produces a hotter flame. The TS4000 and TS8000 can use both types (propane and MAP-PRO).
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How does thi differ from the blue propane bottles?

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Sorry for the silly question but I have the propane blue bottles I've used for various house projects...

I'm purchasing the Benzomatic TS8000KC which comes with the Map bottle but how does it differ from propane? IE: In what cases would one use MAP gas instead of propane? And is I tmore efficient to use the map gas over propane for house projects?

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August 11, 2016
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Thank you for being a Bernzomatic customer. Map-pro burns hotter than propane. This allows two things, 1st it will allow you to work faster. This is important to professional users. 2nd, this additional heat allows for larger materials to be soldered or brazed. Your TS8000 is a great torch, the highest heat output we manufacture, and due to the rate of fuel usage of it, even with propane use it is a Read More
Thank you for being a Bernzomatic customer. Map-pro burns hotter than propane. This allows two things, 1st it will allow you to work faster. This is important to professional users. 2nd, this additional heat allows for larger materials to be soldered or brazed. Your TS8000 is a great torch, the highest heat output we manufacture, and due to the rate of fuel usage of it, even with propane use it is a great product. An example of use for Map-pro is heating rusted bolts, brazing materials together such as large metal artwork, repairing a bicycle frame, 4" copper pipe brazing or soldering, etc. If you have additional questions please call 1-800-359-9678 or email: Bernzomatic@WorthingtonIndustries.com Read Less
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Mapp is a different gas than propane. The main difference is in flame temperature. Mapp produces a higher temperature flame than propane which allows you to solder more quickly. The higher temperature also allows you to braze, something you can't do with a propane torch. The downside? Cost. Mapp costs approximately 3 times as much, $3.00 for a propane cylinder and $9.00 for a map cylinder. Because of the Read More
Mapp is a different gas than propane. The main difference is in flame temperature. Mapp produces a higher temperature flame than propane which allows you to solder more quickly. The higher temperature also allows you to braze, something you can't do with a propane torch. The downside? Cost. Mapp costs approximately 3 times as much, $3.00 for a propane cylinder and $9.00 for a map cylinder. Because of the additional cost, industrial use of mapp is down. It is still popular with HVAC technicians who have to braze copper A/C lines between the condenser and the coil. If propane has worked for you in the past, I would stick with it and avoid the additional cost of map. Read Less
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Good price and product. And buying online picking up in store very easy October 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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 September 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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! May 31, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by 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. February 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome Gas This yellow, small gas cylinder lasts for over an hour. Pair it with the Bernzimatic TS8000 torch kit, and you can solder and desolder any copper pipe or fitting and heat parts. 100000000000000 times better than propane! August 3, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works like a champ I used this for enameling jewelry and it works perfectly. The flame is always at the right temperature and clamping it to my surface give me the perfect angle to work with. April 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Absolutely awesome. Short of having oxy acetylene torches, mapp gas is the way to go. December 8, 2012
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