Whether you're a professional tradesman, DIYer, artisan or adventurer, Bernzomatic has the perfect flame to fuel your passion. Our easy-to-use torches offer uncompromising versatility, durability and safety for projects ranging from soldering a pipe to stripping paint, blowing glass to searing a perfect steak.
Choosing a Torch
Whether you’re new to hot tools or a practiced pro, Bernzomatic offers a torch that’s matched to your needs and experience. When selecting a torch, start with the type of ignition that makes you most comfortable.
Instant On/Off torches ignite and extinguish with the touch of a button – making them ideal for new torch users, or anyone seeking the convenience of an instant flame. Bernzomatic instant on/off torches include the TS8000 High Intensity Trigger-Start Torch Head, the TS4000 Trigger-Start Torch Head and the ST500 3-in-1 Micro Torch and Soldering Iron.
Automatic Ignition torches ignite by pulling the trigger-start, and extinguish by turning the adjustable flame control knob, which makes them easy to use. Bernzomatic automatic ignition torches include the TS3000 Multi-Purpose Trigger-Start Torch Head with Comfort Grip, the WT2301 Multi-Purpose Trigger-Start Torch Head and the TS99 Trigger-Start Vertical Swivel Torch Head.
Manual Ignition torches require a spark lighter to ignite, and extinguish by turning the adjustable flame control knob. Since manual ignition torches require two hands to light, they're best suited for more experienced torch users. Bernzomatic manual ignition torches include the UL2317 Brass Pencil Flame Torch Head and ST200 Micro Torch and Soldering Iron.
Choosing a Fuel
Some projects require a hot, efficient flame, while others need gentler heat. Different fuels can help you achieve the right temperature for your project—below are suggested fuel types for common tasks. Be sure your selected torch is compatible with the fuel.
|Application||Torch Category / Fuel Type|
|Soldering electronic circuits|
|Jewelry design and repair|
|Soldering copper pipes (up to ¾”)|
|Thawing frozen pipes and locks|
|Loosening rusted nuts and bolts|
|Removing paint, caulk and putty|
|Soldering copper pipes (over ¾”)|
|Brazing copper pipes|
|Repairing garden tools|
|Thin metal cutting|