| Login | Create Account
First Name  
Last Name  
Email
Password
loading
                 

Model 10504

View Similar  View Cart  View Cart
Standard Capacity Tweezer-Style Resistance Soldering System
10504
Description
American Beauty offers the most advanced and complete line of resistance soldering systems available anywhere in the world. Here are just a few of the advantages that you will find with resistance soldering systems:
  • Smash Operational Bottlenecks - Concentrated heat reduces solder time many times over.
  • Improve Solder Joint Quality - Poor solder joints are often the result of insufficient heat throughout the joint,creating weak spots.
  • Eliminate Thermal Damage - Traditional soldering methods introduce too much heat into surrounding areas damaging critical components or desoldering of previously soldered joints.
  • Reduce Liability - Light-weight handpieces cool within seconds greatly reducing likelihood of repetitive strain injury and virtually eliminating the burn risk for the user.
  • Solder in Tight Spots - Versatile systems allow easy access to restricted areas.
  • Cut down on Energy Consumption - Instant heat means you're not paying to heat a soldering station all day long.
  • Save on Maintenance and Consumables - Electrodes last twice as long as soldering tips and don't require constant rewetting.
Stop trying to perform your difficult soldering operation the same old way with the same old tools. Try an American Beauty Resistance Soldering System today.
$682.00
QTY.   add to cart    ADD TO CART
Applications
Users of this product have stated that they use it for several jobs which include but are not limited to:
  1. Soldering semi-rigid coaxial cable terminations up to .141"
  2. Soldering wire terminations 12 AWG and finer
  3. Soldering heavy leads onto PC board
  4. Soldering component leads for through hole PCB assembly
  5. Soldering cable assemblies in production-line environment
  6. Soldering .062" high pressure line brass tube into quick disconnect brass fitting
  7. Remanufacturing small electric D.C. motors
  8. Starting PCB foil bond pulls
  9. Soldering the connector to the UT141 rigid cable.
  10. Soldering connectors on to RF cables
  11. Connecting .925 sterling silver jump rings
  12. Soldering chip resistors onto circuit boards with large heat sinks
  13. Assembly of wire harnesses
  14. Soldering battery packs and other hobby-related electronics
  15. Construction of Radio Astronomy Receiver