Smith Little Torch Specs

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Smith Little Torch Specs
The Little Torch can heat, braze, solder and fusion weld. (soldering image by Bube from

The Smith Little Torch is a convenient, compact soldering and welding kit that works well on any jewellery project, as well as for such applications as electronics, plumbing and crafts. It's great for repair work in places where portability is needed. The Little Torch comes equipped with changeable tips that alter the length of the flame. These easy-to-change tips make the torch extremely versatile, and it can be used on metals 3/16'' thick to ultra-fine wire.

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Lightweight and Portable

The Little Torch weighs just 42.5gr, which makes it among the lightest soldering torches available. It is much smaller and more flexible than standard soldering torches, allowing the flame to easily hit hard-to-reach places.

Smith Little Torch Specs
The Little Torch is extremely helpful when working with delicate jewellery. (copper bracelet image by vnlit from

Flame Sizes

With multiple flame sizes that can produce a flame the size of a string, the Little Torch is powerful enough for commercially welded metals, ceramics and glass. It produces a variety of flame temperatures that can reach up to 0-14.444 degrees Celsius.


The Little Torch's hoses are flexible and connect to standard pressure regulators. They also work with any commercial fuel gas.

Acetylene is a gas commonly used for welding and soldering torches.
Acetylene is a gas commonly used for welding and soldering torches. (Soudure Oxy-acetylene image by Coralie Palmeri from

Extra Torch Tips

In addition to the different size flame tips, the Little Torch also comes with multi-orifice heating tips that are strong enough to melt 3 ounces of metal. Also included are compressed air tips that cancel out the necessity of compressed oxygen and give less intense flames.

Smith Little Torch Specs
The torch orifice can be cleaned by boiling in water for 10 minutes. (boiling water 2 image by Christopher Hall from

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