Nitrogen inerting is an effective means to prevent formation of oxides (dross) on the surface of your solder pot or wave.  Nitrogen is introduced by means of a controlled laminar flow across the solder surface.  Oxygen is purged out of the area leaving the surface oxide-free.
To see an illustration of the inerting process, click here.

Nitrogen inerted model P19ID is designed for close-controlled solder dipping for solderability testing and tinning, usually without flux.    Solder temperature is controlled with a digital thermostat, which displays current temperature and set point in C and F, High limit protection is standard.
bullet Solder capacity: 4 pounds of solder 
bullet Overall dimensions of stainless enclosure is 5пі  w x 7пі s  deep x 5 in high.  The opening on top is made to order in a range of пі dia to 2 пі in  dia.  The crucible, which is actually the inside dimension of the p19 pot, is 3 in dia x 2 in deep.  We can also provide crucibles-ask for prices.
bullet Maximum temperature is 650F, with 1%  accuracy        
bullet Pressure regulator and flowmeter included tocontrol nitrogen flow rate    
bullet Nitrogen is evenly dispersed over surface ofthe pot 
bullet Power:  500 watts at 120 VAC (240V optional)            
bullet Ceralac coating is available to protect the liner when using lead-free solders.

P19ID shown with open cover
 We welcome requests for custom inerted nitrogen solder pots

Model P19D non-inerted static solder pot is controlled with a remote digital thermostat that displays current temperature and set point. 
  Temperature range is 0-450C and is maintained at 2% of set point.
Pot holds 4 lbs solder, measures 2" deep with a 3" diameter.  It operates on 120V (240V optional) and is rated at 500W.  This model can be ceramic coated for lead-free solders.


Nitrogen inerted wave solder pot, Model M3 
shown with  4 in x 1 in wave nozzle