Electric soldering iron 40W

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An electric soldering iron is a hand-held tool powered by electricity and designed for the purpose of melting and applying solder to join or bond electronic components, wires, or other metal surfaces. It typically consists of a heated metal tip, an insulated handle, and an electrical cord for power supply. The controlled heat generated by the soldering iron allows solder to melt and create a strong, conductive bond between the materials being joined, making it an essential tool in electronics assembly, repair, and various metalworking applications.

 

1.Voltage: 220-240V~50/60Hz
2.Input power: 40W
3.Preheat time: 5minutes
4.Nickel-plated copper tip
5.Stainless steel tube

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Uses

  1. Electronics Assembly and Repair:
    • Soldering electronic components onto circuit boards during assembly.
    • Repairing and reworking electronic devices by removing and replacing faulty components.
  2. Wire and Cable Joining:
    • Connecting wires and cables to form electrical circuits.
    • Repairing or extending electrical connections in appliances, vehicles, or other systems.
  3. Jewelry Making:
    • Joining metal components in jewelry crafting.
    • Repairing or modifying metal jewelry items.
  4. Plumbing Repairs:
    • Joining copper pipes and fittings in plumbing applications.
    • Making repairs or modifications to existing plumbing systems.
  5. Automotive Repairs:
    • Soldering electrical connections in automotive wiring.
    • Repairing or modifying electronic components in vehicles.
  6. Metalworking:
    • Joining metal pieces for various metalworking projects.
    • Creating custom metal structures or sculptures.
  7. DIY Projects:
    • Various DIY projects involving electronics, metalwork, or general repairs.
    • Building and modifying hobbyist electronic circuits.
  8. Prototyping:
    • Creating prototypes of electronic devices for testing and development.
    • Building one-of-a-kind projects and experimental setups.
  9. Audio Equipment:
    • Soldering connections in audio cables and connectors.
    • Modifying or repairing audio equipment like amplifiers and speakers.
  10. Educational Purposes:
    • Teaching and learning soldering techniques in electronics and engineering courses.
    • DIY hobbyists using soldering for educational projects.

 

 

SKU: AHS28847 Category:

size

40 W

Safety measures and precautions

  1. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Wear safety glasses to protect your eyes from splattering solder and hot components.
    • Avoid loose-fitting clothing that may drape over the soldering iron or work area.
  2. Workspace Safety:
    • Ensure good ventilation to prevent inhalation of fumes produced during soldering. Work in a well-ventilated area or use a fume extractor.
    • Keep the work area clean and clutter-free to avoid accidental contact with flammable materials.
  3. Power Source:
    • Plug the soldering iron into a stable and properly grounded electrical outlet.
    • Check the power cord for any signs of damage or wear, and replace it if necessary.
    • Do not overload circuits; use a dedicated outlet if possible.
  4. Temperature Control:
    • Allow the soldering iron to reach the desired temperature before use.
    • Adjust the temperature setting according to the specific requirements of your soldering task.
    • Always turn off the soldering iron when not in use.
  5. Handling the Soldering Iron:
    • Hold the soldering iron by the insulated handle to avoid burns.
    • Never touch the metal parts of the soldering iron during or immediately after use.
    • Be cautious of the hot soldering tip; it can cause severe burns.
  6. Workpiece Safety:
    • Work in a stable and secure environment to prevent accidental movement of the workpiece.
    • Use heat-resistant materials for your work surface to avoid damage.
  7. Solder Safety:
    • Choose the appropriate solder for your application and be aware of any safety precautions associated with the specific type of solder you’re using.
    • Avoid inhaling solder fumes. If necessary, use a fume extractor or work in a well-ventilated area.
  8. Storage and Cool Down:
    • Allow the soldering iron to cool down before storing it.
    • Store the soldering iron in a safe place, away from flammable materials and out of reach of children.
  9. Emergency Preparedness:
    • Have a fire extinguisher nearby and know how to use it.
    • Know the location of emergency exits and first aid kits.

 

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