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Bernzomatic ST200 Butane Micro Torch


ST200 Butane Micro Torch

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Product Overview

Designed for precision work including fine soldering, craft projects and heat shrinking wire, the Cordless Soldering Iron features three interchangeable settings: cone tip, hot air blower and micro torch with pinpoint flame. An adjustable flame control knob allows for a fine-tuned precision flame, and continuous flame stays lit while in use. Torch lights manually with a match or lighter, sold separately.

  • 3 interchangeable settings: cone tip, hot air blower and micro torch with pinpoint flame
  • Manual start (light with a match or lighter)
  • For use with butane fuel, such as the bernzomatic 5.5 oz. butane cylinder
  • Pinpoint flame for detailed work
  • Adjustable flame control easily sizes flame for different applications
  • Limited 3-year warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

does this item come with butane or do I have to buy separate, if separate, which cannister works with this?

Asked by: Eduardo
Does not come with butane
Answered by: mjdkan
Date published: 2016-08-18

Is available in imperial beach california 92173

Asked by: Eileen
Hi Eileen, Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, I am unable to find this product within 100 miles of zip code 92173. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
Answered by: HomeDepot
Date published: 2016-09-24

Id this item for one time use only or is there a butane cartridge replacement?

Asked by: Nick
This is not a one time use item.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-05-10

What temperature can the flame reach?

Asked by: Jon
Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, We reached out to MFG for more information and below is their response. “The flame temperature in air of butane is 2500 degrees F "
Answered by: THDCustomerService
Date published: 2016-08-19
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Customer Reviews

ST200 Butane Micro Torch is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 33.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good hobby torch - not a power horse I bought this item after reading the previous review about how the torch blew out at the slightest movement. I only needed it for a small project and for the price it couldn't be beat. I initially had the same problem but upon reading and following the instructions (let gas settle before using, blue portion of flame should be 3/4" long) no longer had any issues. I've used it outside without any attachments in breezy conditions with only mild problems. (I was sweeping it back and forth across a 4 foot section and got too fast) Fortunately, though the flame is invisible in sunlight there's an obvious change in sound if the flame goes out. It's not self-igniting though so if you're using it in a breeze keep a lighter handy. Comes with a "heat blower" attachment and a soldering iron tip. Great value for the hobbyist that doesn't need a larger sized torch.
Date published: 2012-02-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nice little torch, but maybe they should be a disposable. After about 20-35 days, The Torch flame goes out very easily and at the most unconvient time. Then when you put fuel in the torch and then go to restart it, flames shoot out from the side of it. This is the second one that has the same problem happen. Thanks
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Worked great!....For an hour... I got this for heat treating small metal tubing. Pros: -The tip is all metal with a good amount of room to expel heat. I never once felt the pen itself get hot or was worried I would melt any plastic parts. -Adapter with the soldering and heat blower units is nifty. Easy to use, small and convenient. I never actually soldered anything with it but I tested it (attached it, lit it, inspected it, just didn't actually use it) briefly and it seemed useful and convenient. -The size was convenient and had a decent fuel capacity (30 minutes give or take on medium heat setting). Also was extremely easy to fill. -The pop out stand was helpful. I don't want to list this one as a pro or a con (I didn't mind it at all but some might) but it is worth mentioning: it doesn't have self ignition, you have to light it with another lighter or flints, etc. Cons: -Stopped working after just over an hour of total, yet continuous, use. I'm 99% sure it wasn't because of a plastic piece melting or anything like that. Was using it and it was working just fine. Turned it off and set it down. Picked it up one minute later to ignite it again, pushed the switch on. Nothing. No gas hiss. It stopped being able to expel gas. I made sure it was FULL on gas. Still nothing. I let it sit and checked to see if it started working again periodically over 90+ hours. Still does not work. I will be returning it immediately and will not buy one again. Also it should be noted that the image of this product on this website is scrunched. The pen more resembles a scaled up sharpie. Longer and thinner than pictured.
Date published: 2014-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Didn't know how much I needed this, till I bought one!!! As a Master Tech I do quite a few wiring repairs that are sometimes in very restricted areas. I have used it in all 3 modes (torch tip, hot blower, and soldering) and due to it's size it's indispensable! I LOVE the hot blower to shrink heat wrap after a repair. I've used the torch tip to help extract a broken exhaust stud in a tight space. And once the soldering tip heats up, it's amazing how efficient it is. All in all, for occasional use in restricted areas this little torch is a MUST HAVE! Via con Dios
Date published: 2015-02-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works great READ THESE REVIEWS! Hard to light UNTIL, UNTIL you heat the tip with a lighter for less than ten seconds. After that, turn down gas to 1-2, and it will light immediately. Works terrific!! Satisfied. Great for hobbies, small jobs
Date published: 2013-12-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent for soldering of circuits and repairs This soldering iron is definitely a bit different from other ones that I have used. It does not have built in ignition system, which is not that exciting - you have to have a lighter around when using it. But what it does do - works consistently - I bought several butane soldering irons from RadioShack, and they worked only temporarily, with butane gas delivery system getting clogged up and not working. This iron works stably already for more then a year, with daily use. There is no worry about electrostatic discharges from it, or any other electrical issue because it is not electrical at all. Has a stand that easily makes it safe to place on the work space at any time during work. One more very important value - it has one window opening for heat output near the tip of iron - not two or four like in other ones - this way by keeping it pointed away from circuit board and wires when doing the work, you are not overheating anything, or melting it with intense infra-read heat coming out of burning chamber. Definitely recommend for electronics. (I repair cell phones, bluetooth devices, laptops)
Date published: 2013-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for small jobs. I dont solider very much and this is the right size for what I do.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from SOLUTION FOR MICRO TORCH GOING OUT all torches need air flow to the 'rear' of the flame column. if this flow is restricted or cut off, you don't have a torch anymore you have a flame. this air flow is provided by the holes at the base of the flame tube. one can find these holes on the big propane torches and on this micro torch. what i did is cut out a small strip of soda pop tin and form it to a circular object slightly smaller in diameter than the base(where the holes are located). this makes a 'choke' that can restrict or completely cut off the air to the torch. one notices that when this flow is restricted, the flame will not go out nearly as easily as before. plus you can now fine tune the intensity. hope this helps ps- i too have used the radio shack micro torch and had a similar experience to another reviewer. this torch lasts much longer, even with daily use. and is less than half the price.
Date published: 2016-03-02
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