PA2042: Casting Ladle

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SKU:
PA2042
UPC:
0735930020421
Condition:
New
Weight:
0.05 KGS
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Description

Ladle for melting metals like white metals, tin, lead or solder. Not suitable for aluminium, zinc etc. Holds 53ml, diameter 63mm, depth 16mm, length of handle 180mm. 

Flat bottomed which makes it suitable for electric cookers but will also do gas cookers. The ladle is magnetic, so some induction cookers will also do. Not suitable for open fires as the handle is too short.

Double spouts for right and left handed people.

Wooden handle for heat resistance.

Hold 250g of white metal or 2 ingots of Prince August casting metals.

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Ladle with wooden handle
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  • Si Luke - 15th Feb 2014

    5
    Casting Ladle

    Good price, easy to use. Prince August keeps you up to date with your order status. Well packaged.

  • howell - 28th Oct 2013

    3
    Plastic handle

    As I have a gas cooker I had to use a frying pan to put the ladle on to distribute the heat,all worked fine until I had poured the metal and then put the empty ladle on to the pan to cool .I then realised the plastic handle on the ladle had stuck to the side of the pan and melted (wife not amused).Maybe a wooden handle might work better for me ,apart from that all is well.

16 Reviews

  • Si Luke - 15th Feb 2014

    5
    Casting Ladle

    Good price, easy to use. Prince August keeps you up to date with your order status. Well packaged.

  • howell - 28th Oct 2013

    3
    Plastic handle

    As I have a gas cooker I had to use a frying pan to put the ladle on to distribute the heat,all worked fine until I had poured the metal and then put the empty ladle on to the pan to cool .I then realised the plastic handle on the ladle had stuck to the side of the pan and melted (wife not amused).Maybe a wooden handle might work better for me ,apart from that all is well.

  • Unknown - 12th Oct 2013

    5
    effectiv tool for the casting beginner

    as a senior citizen arriving late to hobby casting I find the practice a boon to my pursuing art and creativity. I find the products in general stimulating and exiting

  • Unknown - 28th Jun 2013

    5
    a ladel bit of info

    yep, it's the man for the job.

  • Unknown - 28th Apr 2013

    3
    Does the job

    First time buying something like this and was a little underwhelmed at first as looked a bit cheap and flimsy. However after using it now for several weeks it has done fine.

  • Unknown - 16th Feb 2013

    5
    as required

    item as require to do the job

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