A solder paste is essentially powder metal solder suspended in a thick medium called flux. Flux is added to act as a temporary adhesive, holding the components until the soldering process melts the solder and fuses the parts together. The paste is a grey, putty-like material.
Unlike other soldering iron features a specific characteristic of variable wattage.The changing wattage setting makes it the most versatile and useful for various types of applications.The temperature range of the iron is 28C to 45C with hi-tech printed ceramic heater for high-end use. The wattage setting is convenient, which makes it quite user friendly while handling. It comes with aluminum-coated bit for long lasting life.
This is a Temperature Controlled Soldering Iron. It is with ceramic heater and has a very high heat recovery characteristic. Its bits can be changed easily. Various bits can be used with this iron as per the requirement. All bits are Iron Plated and Tin covered. Temperature adjustment is easy. Set is supplied with stand to hold soldering iron and sponge.
Solder wire is made up of a fusible alloy (60/40 Sn/Pb), melting at 188°C (370°F), used to join less fusible metals or wires, etc. Solder wires are sold in spools or in bars Each metal requires a certain type of soldering wire to create strong bonds, because the combination of metals that constitute soldering wires melt at different temperatures.
A desoldering pump also known as solder sucker is a small mechanical device which sucks the liquid/molten solder from the joint where the components are mounted. In order to desolder a component from the PCB, we first heat up the solder joint with the soldering iron till the solder liquefies and melts.
Desoldering braid, also known as desoldering wick or solder wick, is finely braided 18 to 42 AWG copper wire coated with rosin flux, usually supplied in a roll...The connections are heated with a soldering iron until the solder melts and is wicked into the braid by capillary action.
BEVEL TIP Bevel tip can be used for solder jobs that require pre-loading the iron with solder.
CHISEL TIP This tip is great for soldering wires, through-hole components, large surface-mount components, and for desoldering as well.
CONICAL TIP Conical tips are usually used for precision electronics work, though they’re also often used for general soldering.
Each type comes in 5 nos. each. Total pack of 15 solder bits.