|Product Depth (in.)||0.75 in||Product Height (in.)||7.75 in|
|Product Width (in.)||1.88 in|
|Accessory Type||Heating Elements||Color Family||Silver|
|Returnable||90-Day||Soldering Product Type||Accessories|
|Tools Product Type||Other|
A: Yes, this is the same.
A: Yes a 200 watt soldering iron and a heat gun also work
A: Yes. A regular soldering will do also.
A: With a theoretical maximum of 3,623 °F (1,995 °C) for the flame of a standard air-fed propane torch, the solder itself can easily be melted with a propane torch, but more important is the ability to heat the pieces being soldered to the 400°F to 700°F (204°C to 371°C) temperature listed in the specification. This is the temperature where the solder can flow into the joint, and the flux can do it's job. If your work is too big, then a small torch won't be able to heat up the joint to the required temperature (due to thermal losses into the workpiece), so as long as your work is small enough you'll be fine.
A: Yes. A regular solding iron will do also.
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