SOLDERING UNITS & EQUIPMENT
By passing a safe, low voltage, high amperage current
through a resistive material we are able to generate an intense heat that can be
controlled and localized. The heat that is being generated can then be
efficiently used in a wide variety of soldering applications.
are three key components of resistance soldering:
- a specialized step-down transformer that will generate
the appropriate current
- a resistive material to generate the heat
- the ability to complete an electrical circuit
are a few of the immediate advantages you can expect to see.
- Resistance Soldering is a faster, more efficient
soldering method than irons or torches.
- There is no warm-up time needed. Heat is instant and
- Hand pieces cool extremely fast, reducing the risk of
- There are no open flame hazards to be concerned about.
- You will have lower overall operating costs because;
Resistance Soldering Hand pieces are generally lighter
than irons, reducing operator fatigue.
- Extra solder is not needed for pre-tinning
- Electrodes generally last 2-3 times longer than
traditional Soldering Iron tips.
- You will need less flux, because it is more
thoroughly activated during soldering.
- Soldering will be more consistent and the improved
quality will mean less rework.
- The faster and more efficient use of current during
actual soldering lowers consumption.
damage to heat sensitive components will be minimized.