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Rock-It Foot Pedal - Griffin Glass Tools

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SKU: E071


The Rock-It is constructed with top quality, high volume valves. You can expect years of trouble free usage with the new long lasting valves. This unit can be run in the open position for unlimited time periods.

The pedal is non-electric, thus opening and closing the gas valves is a technically sound, mechanical operation.

The Rock-It has a maintain switch. The maintain switch will keep the outer fire on until switch is depressed a second time allowing freedom of movement.

The stainless steel foot pedal body offers durability and a professionally engineered design. The low profile design ensures ease of use and supports appropriate posture. As a safety feature the gas lines are located 4" from the floor, the pedal's bottom surface. The unit acts with immediate response. Both the on and off operations of the torch are instantaneous after the switch is activated.

The Rock-It is compatible with all 2 stage and 4 prong torches including the following: Carlisle, Carlisle Plus, GTT Phantom, GTT Mirage, GTT Delta Elite, and the modified Bethlehem. All torches must have four prong inlets.

The Rock-It is warranted for 1 year. This includes all parts and function when the product is used properly according to the manufacturer's information.

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I wanna rock!!!


Great addition to any glass blowers Arsenal

I rock it!


This mechanical foot pedal is super reliable. you can tie in additional pedals for multi stage torches

The power is addicting


This petal was an excellent addition to my GTT Delta Elite. It gave me the ability to work in heat gradually from the outer candle in bursts, while focusing my efforts at the inner candle. This tool can also help you pack in heat quickly with a preset flame, and also gives you the ability to pull it away just as fast when your project is at optimal pliability. But don't get drunk off of the power it wields or you will waist your gases clicking it on and off just to hear that satisfying petal click.