With the Tradeflame 12W Soldering Iron
Tradeflame says it is home to a wide range of welders who have remained an industry benchmark for many years.
It says its products are designed in-house and loaded with the innovative features required as times change to demand products that are more versatile, ergonomic and easy to use while improving function.
Tradeflame says it ranges from 8W to 100W, fully portable at 240V, and has an iron to suit any level of user, project, or location.
Portable soldering options are the way to go for many trades and caravans, and the 4.2V 12W Rechargeable Lithium Ion Soldering Iron is a firm new favorite.
Powered by a 2,900mAh 4.2V lithium-ion battery that recharges in two hours with the provided USB-C cable, this small electric iron reaches the maximum temperature of 480°C in a record time of three minutes and Provides continuous use for up to 50 minutes per charge.
This welder isn’t just a fast-charging powerhouse, Tradeflame says it’s packed in the best features every welding enthusiast has always asked for.
“We learned that many users have been working for a long time on certain projects, and with a poor grip design comes hand fatigue and pain,” said Peter Kernke, Tradeflame’s national key account manager.
“With this in mind, we gave it an ergonomic design for maximum comfort all the way around, including secure anti-tip wings to prevent it from falling off surfaces when placed on the ground.
“We’ve also kept in mind that certain portable areas can be quite dark to work in, so we’ve added an LED work light so you can always see what you’re welding no matter how small or dark the space is.
“Some copper soldering iron tips can wear out pretty quickly, but with our long life tapered tip, the tip is iron plated to prevent corrosion, the inner core is copper for good heat conduction, resulting in Longer tip life if used correctly. maintained, you also get excellent value for money and a more cost-effective option for serious users.”
Tradeflame recently sent the lithium-ion welder on a road test with some avid caravaners on a road trip through Australia. Upon their return, they were incredibly happy with their new welder, reportedly telling Tradeflame, “We no longer need an inverter and extension cord specifically to use the welder. The LED illuminated the soldering tip for times when we were working in dark areas, like under the dash of a vehicle, and the unit heats up in minimal time.”
Whether you’re on the go or just love the freedom of cordless welding, Tradeflame says its Lithium-Ion is ideal for any job faced by an electrician, mechanic, DIY enthusiast, or 4WD/Caravanner.
For more information visit tradeflame.com
The GO CORDLESS publication first appeared in AAA magazine.
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