Soldering Iron EU US Plug 110V 220V 60W Thermostatic Electric Mini Solder Iron Station With 5pcs Soldering Tip Solder Wire Rosin

৳ 2,500


– How to use:

– Clean the parts to be joined

– Clean soldering iron tip and “tin” all faces of tip with a coating of solder

– Heat parts (not solder )to be joined

– Apply flux-core solder to heated parts, not tit till solder me soldering tip, and heat it till solder melts and flows freely. Size Chart: Size: 100x50x30mm / 3.93×1.96×1.18inch

Package Includes: 1 Piece Soldering Iron 5 Pieces Tips

Note: Please allow 1-3mm measuring deviation due to manual measurement. Due to the different monitor and light effect,the actual color of the item might be slightly different from the color showed on the pictures.Thank you!

Product type: Electric Soldering Irons

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Soldering Iron EU US Plug 110V 220V 60W Thermostatic Electric Mini Solder Iron Station With 5pcs Soldering Tip Solder Wire Rosin


– Professional soldering tool is great for lead-free soldering semiconductors.

– Iron plated tip and stainless steel construction offer longer life. High quality long lasting ceramic type heater.

– 60W powered with ceramic heater core. Adjustable temperature controlled soldering irons: 200-450 °C (there is a knob wheel on the Electronic Soldering tool for temperature adjust).

– 5pcs different soldering iron tips for a variety of different basic soldering jobs.

– Great for hobbies, kits, radios, and electronics work.

Knowledge Base:

About Soldering

Soldering is the process through which two or more components can be joined together by melting a bit of metal, called as a filler or solder, at the joint. Once the melted solder cools down, it hardens and acts as a glue joining the components together.

What Can You Solder with a Soldering Iron?

The soldering technique was invented to join metals together. Noble metals such as gold, silver, tin, etc. offer stronger soldered bonds as compared to other metals because of their low reactivity and high melting points. However, noble metals are expensive and hence the most commonly used solder is an alloy made of 60% tin and 40% lead.

The most difficult metals to solder are aluminium, high alloy and stainless steels, titanium and magnesium. These metals can be soldered with some pre-plating and pre-tinning.

Soldering is usually used in the electronic industry to connect wires, fix broken circuits, repair radios, TV sets, antennas, etc. However, soldering can also be used to join plumbing,  refrigeration components and even jewelry!

Why would you want to solder

The advantages of soldering are

  • Low heat impact: The solder is often at a lower melting point than the other components and hence is not impacted by the heat.
  • Both permanent and temporary joints: Once the solder hardens, it forms a very strong bond which is not breakable. However, it can be de-soldered with no damage to the other components. Both temporary and permanent joints in one!
  • Join different materials: Soldering can be used to join different metals as long as the solder has a lower melting point.
  • Quick DIY: Soldering is easy to learn and can be mastered by anyone quickly. What’s more, it’s a very quick technique to join stuff together and is great for DIY projects.

Click here to know how to use a soldering iron.

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