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BUTANE FUEL, CYLINDER, 1OZ

WB2 - BUTANE FUEL, CYLINDER, 1OZ

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Manufacturer:
WELLER WELLER
Manufacturer Part No:
WB2
Newark Part No.:
10B398
Also Known As:
GTIN UPC EAN: 037103126917
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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Cylinder
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1fl.oz (US)
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1oz
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Product Overview

The WB2 is a 1oz Butane Fuel with cylinder dispensing method for use with Wellers Portasol and Pyropen cordless soldering irons, Magna-Lite micro and tabletop torches. It is in the form of liquefied compressed gas, flash evaporates at room temperature when released from can, colorless gas with strong mercaptan (skunk-like) odor due to stenching agent added to gas for leak detection purpose.
  • 15.5 to 31.1°F Boiling point
  • 35 to 50PSIG Pressure
  • <2 Vapor density
  • 0.5676 Specific gravity

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Warnings

Do not store where temperature may exceed 120°F. Store away from, fire, sparks or flame. Store in suitable area for hazardous materials storage.

Also Known As

GTIN UPC EAN: 037103126917

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