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Bernzomatic PRO/MAX

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

Dual Barrels Welding Torch – Westron

Dual Barrels Welding Torch - Westron - WT- 10 with 1.5m Hose
  • Auto Lighter -Triger start for easy lighting
  • Single & Double Tube Switch - Fit for different applications
  • Handy Switch - On/Off Switch


3X Faster Heat Transfer Than Propane
  • Description
  • MAXRON MAPP Gas Physical PropertiesMAPP gas is also used in incineration with air for brazing and soldering, where it has a slight advantage over competing for propane fuel because of its higher combustion temperature of 2,020 °C (3,670 °F) in air.MAXRON MAPP Gas is colorless in both liquid and gas form. The gas has a noticeable acetylene-like or fishy odor at concentrations above 100 ppm, due to the addition of substituted amines as a polymerization inhibitor. Low molecular weight alkynes have strong odors. MAPP gas is toxic if inhaled at high concentrations.

Welding Torch Model – BTS – 8066

*Made in Taiwan* High output swirl flame Swivel brazing torch
  • Burn tip swivels 360˚
  • Adjustable flame control
  • For use with MAP/P or propane gas
  • Piezo igniter for instant flame
  • Brand: WESTRON
  • Brazing Fuel – 3600˚ F (1982˚ C)
  • Propane - 2500˚ F (1371˚ C)
  • Size: 140x220x35 mm
  • Weight: 390g

Welding Torch Model – GZ-7011 – WESTRON

*Made in Taiwan* Welding Torch Model – GZ-7011 - WESTRON
  • Self-Igniting Torch
  • Auto Ignition
  • Adjustable Flame
  • Anti Flare Feature
  • Stainless Steel Burner Tube
  • Portable/Lightweight
  • Easy To Use

Welding Torch Model – HT-8918

*Made in Taiwan* Features:
  • Self-igniting
  • Portable, lightweight
  • Easy ON/OFF valve
  • High energy flame
  • Angled swivel tube to reach difficult areas
Brand: WESTRON Brazing Fuel – 3600˚ F (1982˚ C) Propane - 2500˚ F (1371˚ C) Size: 205x60x31 mm Weight: 185 g Temperature: 1400˚ C    

Welding Torch Model – HZ-8385

*Made in Taiwan*
  • For use with Map/Pro or Propane Gas
  • Efficient high energy swirl flame
  • Adjustable flame control
  • Handy cylinder clip included
  • Brazing Fuel – 3600˚ F (1982˚ C)
  • Propane - 2500˚ F (1371˚ C)

Welding torch

What Is A Welding Torch and How It Is Used?

A welding torch is a mechanical instrument that melts two pieces of metal together by fusing an open flame with gas fuel and oxygen. This torch is used for a variety of purposes and in a variety of industries. Metal inert gas (MIG) and tungsten inert gas (TIG) welders are two of the most prevalent types.

When searching for welding torches for sale at Al Imran, you will see that there are several varieties that give welders various types of shielding gas and amperage, but they all benefit the welding process in the same ways.

Here are some qualities of welding torches available at Al Imran.


There is no porosity

This game-changing innovation is made feasible by the tapered nozzle design, which is flush-mounted on the contact tip and has a built-in splatter screen. This barrier is included to guarantee that gas flow is more uniform and directed, even if there is a minor breeze or if you are working on deep joints.

This is feasible because welding torches often contain a splatter shield as an extra gas diffuser. So, while shopping for welding torches for sale, make sure you purchase the proper nozzle type so you don’t wind up sticking out your wire too much, which might cause corrosion.


Welding torches for HVAC/R often have a flexible neck that helps the operator to save downtime. Furthermore, this reduces the likelihood of harm during repetitive actions and the welder’s overall tiredness.

This is feasible because the flexible neck makes it easier to work on problematic joints since it can be modified to weld around sharp edges and fit within tricky steel sections. A welding gun can also assist the welder in better accommodating various welding angles.


The contact tip’s design promotes continuous heat transfer and electrical conductivity, allowing consumables to last longer and allowing you to perform better and produce higher quality welds. This is feasible because the contact tip does not get loose since it falls straight into the diffuser, which can then be secured into place by tightening the nozzle using its unique tip design, which is not threaded, has a tapered base, and greater diameter of seat.

Welding torches for HVAC/R can reduce downtime for burn-back because they do not become loosened after ordinary welding, causing the wire to arc back and finally produce the burn-back.

Uses of Welding Torches

In many businesses, the outcomes are critical regardless of the type of welding torch utilized. Torches are most commonly used in metalworking, which includes automakers, shipbuilders, and a variety of heavy metal industries.

Welders are utilized in a variety of repair activities, including plumbing, HVAC, vehicle frame repair, and machinery maintenance. Welding torches are often utilized in the arts, notably in metalworking sculptures. These tools have found applications in an incredibly broad range of sectors.