Monument 3450G Gas Torch CGA600
Monument 3450G is suitable for soldering and brazing of copper, brass and aluminium. Use with propane/MAPP® gas.
The Gas Torch has Piezo ignition and produces a hot turbine flame, with a flame lock button. The flame size can be changed via an adjustable valve. An ergonomic hand grip ensures comfortable use.
Fits CGA600 Cylinder.
Number reviews: 5
Overal rating: 5
Review for Monument 3450G Gas Torch CGA600 by Carefix Services10th February 2022
This is probably the best gas torch I have used really well constructed I have tried other brands but this is far better not badly priced I would highly recommend to and trades person.
Review for Monument 3450G Gas Torch CGA600 by J.C.O Plumbing and Gas18th December 2021
I really like this blow torch it has all the features you'd expect I've been using it for over 6 months and have found it perfect for my needs. The only slight problem I've had with it is that it's sometimes difficult to attach it to the gas bottle I'd presume it possibly more to do with the gas bottle thread but thought it was worth noting. Overall its a great produc
Review for Monument 3450G Gas Torch CGA600 by Mark Best Plumbing and Heating14th May 2019
These blow torch is great for soldering a copper joint with flux and solder. It gives out a even heat over the fitting so you can get the perfect solder joint
Review for Monument 3450G Gas Torch CGA600 by Rapidz services30th November 2018
Excellent torch to use, i found the item to be in good quality,
I reckon price could be lower, its easy to use and there are safety features on the item aswell.
Review for Monument 3450G Gas Torch CGA600 by Crawley HVAC Services23rd May 2018
Paid £42 for this torch, amazing price, perfect blow lamp, I’ve changed the nob to a brazing nib that runs cooler and has a smaller cone, this seriously is a good lamp for the money, I am a bit of a tool collector, I have 4 blow lamps, this is my go to lamp over a super fire 2, a basic primas lamp and a fancy Vulcane Express 472 lamp.
Number video reviews: 2
Hi, I'm Phil from Stokes Heating.
First of all, I'd like to thank ToolTalk for sending me the Monument Blow lamp. It feels very well-built. The air inlet tubes are built into the cast, rather than having the brass section at the top, which I've snapped off before.
This head is solid. There's no movement, no Allen keys to tighten up. It's just built, and it's there, ready to go.
It has to usual on/off lock switch, and the gas tap on the back. Lighting and locking? Simple enough. And you've got full control of that flame.
I've used this now for the last few weeks, and it's been really reliable. It feels really robust in the hand, and that trigger switch, it just feels solid.
It's great. Thank you Tool Talk for sending it to me.
Hello again, and welcome to another Tool Talk review from Monument Tools.
And this time, we're reviewing the Soldering and Brazing Torch. As you can see there on the packaging, we have got a wraparound flame, an on-off trigger, and we've got flame adjustment with an adjustable screw, as you can see on the brass thread there, turbine flame, and a piezo igniter. So let's go ahead and open this up and see how we get on with it.
So, it's fairly light. It's not too heavy. Obviously, most of us have used other alternatives to this. So when you connect this to map gas, so just a standard thread, just the same as alternative brands. So it fits these types of bottles. Think it's a one-inch thread that's on them. So we just go ahead and screw that in there. That's nice and tight.
So this is the monument 3450G. And there's the brass adjustment screw that we spoke about earlier on the back there and then the piezo igniter with the on-off switch. And that's obviously the lock button on the top there. So let's go ahead and we'll light this torch.
Very similar. Very similar performance. You can turn that down very low, actually. Don't know if you can see how low that actually is. I'll maybe turn off the light and we can maybe see better. Yeah, we can turn that right down so you can turn that down really, really low.
Let's turn the light back on.
So you can actually see there when we had the torch lit you could actually see the turbine flame actually in operation. I'd say very fine adjustment. You could see there we could turn the flame right down. So if you're doing very close work, you could see exactly what's going on.
Yeah. I mean, it's nice and comfortable to use. It's very similar size wise. How can we see... show the camera. It's maybe slightly taller compared to this one here, but that shouldn't be too much of a problem. The nozzles are very similar, they seem sort of similar length, but overall I think value for money.
There's a big cost saving to be had between this particular one here you can see it's well used and the new, well, it's not new, but it's new to me, the Monument Torch versus the Rothenberger one, which is the one I've been using for some time now.
When you're turning the torch upside down, you're not going to get the flaring up that you do. Like some torches.
You can see there that when you turn the torch upside down, if you're having to solder upside down, you're not going to have any huge flare-ups or anything like that to worry about. But now, overall, say looking at the cost of it, very comparable, it's a cheaper product to purchase, but quality wise, it seems absolutely rock solid. I've used it quite a few times now.
So yeah, with no hesitations to recommend this monument product, again. Again with most Monument products they're absolutely fantastic, and I say value for money. I think when I priced them, comparison they're cheaper than the alternatives out there. So yeah, it's a good product and I would highly recommend it and say, thanks again to Tool Talk for providing this to let me do a review for you. Thanks. Bye.