…for tinning, soldering and desoldering
The soldering machines work according to the dip soldering principle. The contents of the solder tin container are heated up to the working temperature of the solder tin and are then used as an open soldering surface for tinning of cables and components, for soldering assembled boards, for desoldering components and much more. at your disposal.
The soldering machines consist of an anodized aluminium housing with a 2000 VA heating plate.
The soldering machine is equipped with a flat stainless steel tray.
For the tinning of assembled flat modules, they are clamped into a soldering trolley after assembly, the surface to be soldered is activated with a flux and after the activator has dried, the modules are placed manually on the surface of the tin bath. Guide rails limit the immersion depth. After soldering (approx. 10 sec.) the board is removed from the soldering bath with a quick movement, vertically upwards, and deposited for cooling.
- Temperature controlled, stepless temperature adjustment up to +360°C.
- Lottery pot made of stainless steel
- Low soldering tin requirement, short heating time
- Bimetal Dial thermometer
- Soldering frame with rollers, adjustable central web for mounting boards
|Dimension (W x D x H)|
295 x 260 x120mm, 440 x 260 x 120mm