In general, every gas contains a certain amount of paraffin. Over time, this clogs the jet orifice of the burner, which then has to be cleaned or replaced. If your Powerjet torch no longer ignites or no more gas comes out of your blowtorch, replacing the jet orifice can help.
The picture shows the location of the jet orifice using the example of the pointed burner 8702
Since the jet orifice differ depending on the model, please refer to the table below for the item number of the jet orifice.
|Item no. burner||Description burner||Item no. spark plug||Item no. jet orifice||Packaging unit (spark plug and jet orifice), pcs.|
|870201||PowerJet pin-point burner||164723||151881||5|
|870401||PowerJet standard burner||164432||150243||5|
|870601||PowerJet cyclone burner||151702||163717||5|
|870701||MetalJet cyclone burner||152959||161675||5|
|870801||PowerJet hot-air burner||164432||900102||5|
|871001||PowerJet soft flame burner||164434||161675||5|
The jet orifice of the PowerJet pointed burner is located in the housing. To change, simply unscrew the burner at the point marked in the photo and change the jet orifice!