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Model #WT2301

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Self-Igniting Basic Torch Head

  • Angled stainless steel burn tube
  • Trigger-start ignition
  • Adjustable flame profile for small to medium jobs
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Price:
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Product Overview

The Basic Torch with Built-in Ignition is designed for a variety of household uses. A multi-purpose propane torch designed for a variety of household projects including small diameter soldering, thawing, melting and heat application. The torch features a trigger-start ignition and an adjustable flame control knob.
  • Trigger-start ignition
  • Flame type: webbed
  • Adjustable flame knob extinguishes flame when finished
  • Angled stainless steel burn tube
  • Compatible with 14 oz. or 16 oz. propane fuel
  • Limited 3-year warranty

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Fuel TypePropane GasPropane GasButanePropane Gas
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4
Product Height (in.)
0.75
Product Width (in.)
6

Details

Fuel Type
Propane Gas
Included
Torch
Product Weight (lb.)
0.35
Returnable
180-Day
Torch Cooling Method
Air Cooled
Torch Head Type
Rigid

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 3-Year Warranty

Questions & Answers

25Questions24Answers

What is the small valve on the 1 lb coleman propane tank for

Asked by Amanda January 15, 2021
1
Answer

Hello, and thank you for your question. The small valve on the fuel canister is a pressure relief valve. If you have any additional questions, please email us at Bernzomatic@WorthingtonIndustries.com. Thank you.

Does the flame go out when I release the trigger? Or do I need to turn the adjustment knob to shut it off?

Asked by Gary May 18, 2020
5
Answers

No, you have to turn the knob to off. The trigger is just the igniter

what is the max BTU output this is rated to?

Asked by JJS April 16, 2020
1
Answer

I use it for lighting trash piles - so BTU rating is not relevant for my use.

Hi. My self ignite quick working. It works fine if you light the gas with a match, but will no longer light itself. Is this an issue that i can fix?

Asked by Shaw April 8, 2020
1
Answer

Hello, and thank you for your question. The issue you are likely experiencing, based on your description, is that this torch is designed to be used upright, as it does not have a pressure regulator to control the flow of fuel through the torch. When used inverted, fuel will pass thorough the torch and extinguish the flame, hence the ignition issue you are now seeing. Our TS3500 and our cast body torches (TS4000, BZ4500HS, and our TS8000) all have this pressure regulator in them. This model, and some of our other solid brass torch heads are designed for other use cases like plumbing or soldering that work best with the torch head upright. We can easily be reached at: Bernzomatic@WorthingtonIndustries.com if you have any additional questions. Thank you.

Is the flint replaceable?

Asked by Rayray March 19, 2020
1
Answer

No

How do you clean the tip and is there a filter

Asked by Precious January 31, 2020
2
Answers

There is no need to clean the tip anything that gets on it will burn off. No filter because there is nothing to filter it’s propane.

Is this compatible with MAP/PRO tanks

Asked by John December 22, 2019
3
Answers

Hello, and thank you for your question. No, this torch is not compatible with Map-Pro fuel. Our torches that are compatible with this fuel are our: TS4000, BZ4500, BZ8250, TS8000. We can easily be reached at: Bernzomatic@WorthingtonIndustries.com or at www.Bernzomatic.com if you have any additional questions. Thank you.

can I use map gas with this torch?

Asked by BILLY November 27, 2019
2
Answers

NO!!!

Stopped stricking

Asked by Igniter January 7, 2019
3
Answers

can't answer this for mine has also quit working, will not create a static spark. I believe these need a redesign.

An this be used to light campfires. That’s about all I need it for

Asked by Kjo2121 December 23, 2018
5
Answers

Absolutely. I use it for the bbq to start coals

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.7
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  • 66% recommend this product
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torch head self ignighting ..
worked good for about 3 uses .. after that I had to use a lighter to ignight it .. .. .. selfignight dont work anymore would try and return it but dont have recite anymore
by miguel
Response from BernzomaticProductsExpertFeb 18, 2020
Hello, and thank you for your review. The issue you are likely experiencing, based on your description, is that this torch is designed to be used upright, as it does not have a pressure regulator to control the flow of fuel through the torch. When used inverted, fuel will pass thorough the torch and extinguish the flame, hence the ignition issue you are now seeing. Our TS3500 and our cast body torches (TS4000, BZ4500HS, and our TS8000) all have this pressure regulator in them. This model, and some of our other solid brass torch heads are designed for other use cases like plumbing or soldering that work best with the torch head upright. We can easily be reached at: Bernzomatic@WorthingtonIndustries.com if you have any additional questions. Thank you. BernzomaticProducts
1 person found this helpful
The flame ignites with the igniter switch and the metal...
The flame ignites with the igniter switch and the metal clip is handy to safely hang the torch.
by DIYer
1 person found this helpful
You still need the extension hose
I used this with the Benzomatic propane bottle to melt crack filler into my driveway. By virtue of melting something on the ground I needed to tilt the bottle on its side, revealing an issue with the torch head (but would most likely affect any other head as well). This would cause flare ups, slowing down my work. On its own the torch head is a good purchase, but you limit yourself if you do not also purchase the extension hose. The self igniting feature with the press of the red button is a nice feature. Every so often the flame would go out and I would have to depress the red button to get the flame going again. I'm not sure why the flame would go out, but it was easy enough to get it back going. This is simple to screw onto the bottle or extension hose.
by CoastalClass
17 people found this helpful
Hard to light in cool or windy areas and only burns with a small flame
Hard to light in cool or windy areas and only burns with a small flame
by Jodi
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Compact lighter torch. Easy to use, handy addition to your workshop.
Compact lighter torch. Easy to use, handy addition to your workshop.
by restrocar
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Torch did great job. Would buy again....
Torch did great job. Would buy again.
by HomeDepotCustomer
After one week of light use as a aid to...
After one week of light use as a aid to caramelize a dessert in my restaurant, it failed to stay lit when tipped forward ! Tried to return the item and found that they had none in stock and the clerk said they are having trouble getting stock ! The short story it does not work as intended !!
by HomeDepotCustomer
Response from BernzomaticProductsExpertFeb 4, 2021
Hello, and thank you for your review. The issue you are likely experiencing, based on your description, is that this torch is designed to be used at angles less than 90 degrees, as it does not have a pressure regulator to control the flow of fuel through the torch. When used at angles more than 90 degrees, fuel will pass thorough the torch and extinguish the flame, hence the ignition issue you are now seeing. Our TS3500 and our cast body torches (TS4000, BZ4500HS, and our TS8000) all have this pressure regulator in them. This model, and some of our other solid brass torch heads are designed for other use cases like plumbing or soldering that work best with the torch head upright. We can easily be reached at: Bernzomatic@WorthingtonIndustries.com if you have any additional questions. Thank you. BernzomaticProducts
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