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Soldering

Soldering
Soldering
Soldering is a process in which two or more components are joined together by melting a filler metal and applying it to the joint. The filler metal is the solder, and is available in many different alloys for different applications.

Soldering requires a soldering gun or pen, which are fitted with soldering irons. The iron is heated to the melting point of the solder, which is generally lower than the melting point of the components being joined to prevent damage.

Soldering stations provide the most versatility because they are equipped with a temperature control system. The iron can be heated or cooled to the correct temperature depending on the alloy used. As long as the solder is alloyed with the correct ratio of metals, the joint can cool rapidly without cracking, providing the best electrical connection.

UNIVERSAL Series Image
  • Dual Heat Output
  • 100 or 140 Watt Guns
  • Ready to Use in 6 Seconds
  • Pistol-Grip Design
  • Built-In Light Illuminates Work
  • UL Listed
JBATT Series Image
  • Battery-Powered
  • Lightweight and Self-Contained
  • Completely Portable
  • Maximum Temperature 896 Degrees Fahrenheit
  • Reaches 365 Degrees Fahrenheit in 12 Seconds
JBUTE Series Image
  • Butane Powered
  • Cordless, Self-Contained Power
  • Portable, Lightweight, and Easy to Handle
  • Faster Heat-Up than Electric Irons
  • Variety of Tips for Diverse Applications
  • Battery Powered
  • Lightweight and Completely Portable
  • Heats to Working Temperature in Under 15 Seconds
  • Over 120 Intermittent Solder Joints with Fresh Batteries
  • Perfect for Small- or Micro-Sized Field Service and Repair Work
  • Specifically Designed for Use at Electrostatic Discharge Free Workstations
  • Completely Free from Stored Static Charges (ESD Safe)
  • UL Listed
  • Replacement Irons for Weller Soldering Stations
  • 24 Volt System
  • Operates from Batteries or Low Voltage Power Source
  • Great for Field Service
  • Complete with Battery Clips and 12 Foot Fused Cord
  • UL Listed
  • Output Temperature Controlled by Tip Selection
MEDDUTY Series Image
  • Dual Heat Settings, 100 Watt and 140 Watt
  • Large Dual-Heat Trigger Switch
  • Long-Reach Tip and Sturdy Heating Element Connectors
  • Built-In Work Light
  • 6 Foot Power Cord
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