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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  • 4
    Padellino

    Va bene

  • 5
    Good.

    OK

16 Reviews

  • 4
    Padellino

    Va bene

  • 5
    Good.

    OK

  • 3
    Ladle

    Ladle was fine for melting the pewter.

  • 5
    Casting ladle

    Great the best.

  • 5
    CUCHARON IDEAL PARA FUNDICION

    Este cucharon es ideal para fundicion, de lo mejor que he probado.- Yo no lo he probado en cocina de vitroceramica (SI ME VE LA MUJER HACER ESO SEGURO ME HECHARIA DE CASA), pero si lo he usado directamente con butano campingas y va de maravilla solo se calienta el cazo y no tengo ningun problema de que se queme el mango. Espero les sirva mi opinion.-

  • 5
    is what counts

    Currently performs its function smoothly applying it in my kitchen ceramic vitro and quite quickly.

  • 2
    found the handle melted

    The handle melted before the metal so not impressed but it is a good bit of kit other wise Webmaster Response: The plastic handle is not supposed to be heated. The ladle itself is steel. We use our ladles every day in our shop and the handles work fine. The only way I can think of that would make handles melt is if you applied heat to them by leaving the handle on the heated surface of a cooker. This is not the fault of the ladle but the user. Regards, Michael

  • 4
    Very good tool

    Much better than some selfmade ladles made from old spoons. Just one issue: be careful with the handle, when heating, the ladle doesn't remain in balance on the heather, as the pan is not heavy enough when only half full.

  • 5
    top class

    very well made sturdy good value

  • 4
    Melting pans

    Great little pans just right for scouts to do some smeltingC

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