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JEWELLERY SOLDERING, HEATING, MELTING & PICKLING Pumice Granules


• Loose pumice granules create an excellent bed for your work


• Heat resistant, they protect your work surface


• Can be shaped and moulded to your work piece


• Excellent for use with our soldering pan, code S52677


• 1KG


a wick (supplied separately) which goes through the spout. It can also be used in place of a Bunsen burner for gentle heating of something in a workshop/ laboratory.


The lamp is filled with alcohol/methylated spirit which is flammable. A wick dipped in the alcohol draws alcohol up through the lid, where it burns, like a candle. It can be used for heating at low temperatures.


• Oil lamp style • Traditional • It’s a useful tool when working with modelling wax, heating it & then shaping with your wax tools


• Harden your graver tips by heating towards the cutting edge


• Ideal for softening shellac when setting palate stones and impulse pins


• Can be used for blueing screws by holding over the heat in a pan and tempering steel


Code P52698 Description Pumice Granules


UOM Price £12.55


1KG Price breaks available, see website


SOLDERING STANDS, PICKS, WIGS AND THIRD HANDS


Alcohol Lamp & Wick


Alcohol Lamp & Wick An alcohol lamp consists of a small glass jar with a wick which goes through the lid of the jar. It can also be used in place of a Bunsen burner for gentle heating of something in a workshop/laboratory.


The glass jar is filled with alcohol/methylated sprit which


is flammable. A wick dipped in the alcohol draws alcohol up through the lid, where it burns, like a candle. It can be used for heating at low temperatures.


• It’s a useful tool when working with modelling wax, heating it & then shaping with your wax tools


• Harden your graver tips by heating towards the cutting edge


• Ideal for softening shellac when setting palate stones and impulse pins


• Can be used for blueing screws by holding over the heat in a pan and tempering steel


• Multi angled glass body designed for positioning in various angles


• Will ideally hold approx. 90ml of methylated sprits which allows you to tilt the jar into any position without spillage


Size: 120 x 70mm Weight: 250g


Code


A0002 W1852


Description Alcohol Lamp


Alcohol Lamp Wick


EACH EACH


Alcohol Lamp, , Traditional


UOM Price £3.95


£1.95 Binding Wire - Multi Purpose


Use this profoundly soft wire for easily binding delicate projects or easing intricate soldering jobs.


• Tie pieces together ready for soldering and wrapping on charcoal soldering blocks to prevent cracking.


• Binding wire will not stick to your solder or work while under heat.


Code


W41182 W32434 W31925 W41180 W41178 B0087


W41181 W41179


Description


Ø0.28mm Iron Binding Wire Ø0.30mm Iron Binding Wire Ø0.30mm Iron Binding Wire Ø0.36mm Iron Binding Wire Ø0.40mm Iron Binding Wire


UOM Price 225g


50G 3KG


225g 225g


Ø0.40mm Binding Wire, UK Made 120G Ø0.44mm Iron Binding Wire Ø0.55mm Iron Binding Wire


225g 225g


£5.95 £1.95


£17.95 £5.95 £5.95 £5.15 £5.95 £5.95


Ceramic Ring Sticks & Stands The perfect hands free soldering aid!


Alcohol Lamp This alcohol lamp consists of a metal container with


The ceramic cone holds rings for soldering and reflects instead of absorbing heat. The ultimate solution in tackling awkward soldering jobs; for example controlling the flow of solder or accessing an obstructed part of a ring to solder, etc is an ever pressing problem. Using this ceramic ring stick on a stand gives the user a heat resistant surface amalgamated with a third hand to make soldering straightforward.


Comprising a cast iron base with a fitted www.COUSINS .COM 911


• Base Ø70mm • Maximum height 145mm • Ceramic stick Ø15 to Ø25mm, 150mm long • Weight 550g


Code R1458 Description


Ceramic Ring Stick On Base, Bergeon Swiss


UOM EACH Price £30.95


• Replacement stick for R20132 or R1458 • Ø15 to Ø25mm, 150mm long • Weight: 100g


Code R20131 Description Ceramic Ring Stick, Non Swiss


UOM EACH


Ceramic Ring Stick On Base, Bergeon Swiss


Price £7.25


• Multi angled glass body designed for positioning in various angles


• Will ideally hold approx. 90ml of methylated spirits which allows you to tilt the jar into any position without spillage


• Wick available separately, our code W1852


Dimensions • 185 x 50 x 47mm • Wick length 200mm


Code A49984


Description Alcohol Lamp


Binding Wire


UOM Price EACH


£9.75


• Base Ø65mm • Maximum height 130mm • Ceramic stick Ø15 to Ø25mm, 150mm long • Weight 550g


Code R20132 Description


Ceramic Ring Stick on Base, Non Swiss


UOM EACH Price £12.50


swivel ball, while the metal clip locks the ceramic holder in place and is easily adjustable to raise and lower the stick depending on the diameter of the ring. The adjustable ball swivel enables versatile use allowing repositioning of work as frequently as required.


Replacement ceramic sticks are available and are interchangeable with one another for both models.


Ring stick stand also available separately, code S45720


Ceramic Ring Stick on Base, Non Swiss


JEWELLERY SOLDERING, HEATING, MELTING & PICKLING


Ceramic Ring Stick, Non Swiss


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