Ba-900M-T Soldering Tips

  • $5.42

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  • Model: ba-900M-T
  • Color: Golden
  • Welding type: CJ/K/SSK/CT/FI/TI/FS/IS
  • Service life: >5 million solder joints
  • Service life: >5 million solder joints
  • Material: 99.9% pure copper (oxygen-free copper)
  • Tip: Advanced tips
  • Usage: 937 / 936 Soldering Station
  • Scope of application: IP Cable etc.

 

Tips for basic maintenance

The tip is a consumable item, and the correct use and maintenance can greatly extend the life of the tip.
1, too high temperature will reduce the life of the tip, so choose the lowest possible temperature

2. When using the soldering iron for a long time, remove the soldering iron tip once a week to remove oxides, prevent the soldering iron from being damaged and reduce the temperature.

3. When the soldering station is not used, the power should be turned off as much as possible to delay the service life. The soldering iron should not be in a high temperature for a long time, which will cause the solder on the soldering iron to be converted into oxide, which will greatly reduce the thermal conductivity of the soldering iron.

4. Infiltration of fresh solder after each use can prevent the oxidation of the tip and prolong the service life.

5. Regularly clean the tip with a cleaning sponge. After soldering, the oxide and carbide derived from the residual flux of the tip will damage the tip, causing welding errors or reducing the thermal conductivity of the tip.

6. Try to use a lower temperature when working, low temperature can reduce the oxidation of the soldering iron tip, and it is easy to solder components.

7. Use a fine soldering iron tip only when necessary. The coating of the small soldering iron tip is not durable with a rough soldering iron.

8. Do not use the tip as a detection tool. The bending of the tip will rupture the coating and shorten the service life.

9. Use less active rosin flux because the high content of active rosin will accelerate the corrosion of the coating of the tip.

10. Do not apply heavy pressure to the soldering iron tip, because the larger pressure is not equal to the fast heat transfer. In order to improve the heat transfer, the solder must be melted to form a heat transfer solder bridge between the soldering iron tip and the solder joint.