STANDARD OR LEAD FREE
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.
Solder capacity: 4 pounds of solder 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.
Maximum temperature is 650F, with 1% accuracy Pressure regulator and flowmeter included tocontrol nitrogen flow rate Nitrogen is evenly dispersed over surface ofthe pot Power: 500 watts at 120 VAC (240V optional) Ceralac coating is available to protect the liner when using lead-free solders.
P19ID shown with open cover
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