Solder Pots

Materials & Material Processing

Stand-Alone Solder Pots/Pumps suit low-volume applications.

June 3, 2009

Solder Pot and Solder Pump technologies enable use of controlled, and configurable batch soldering techniques. Each solder pot includes variable-speed solder pumping system, standard or custom nozzles, inert atmosphere control features, and variable-temperature control. Advanced solder delivery systems, aimed at custom and stand-alone applications, suit end-users seeking multi-featured solder pot. Read More

Materials & Material Processing

Digital Solder Pots offer precision temperature control.

June 17, 2008

Available with lead-free coating for use with lead-free solders, bench-top Models PD-74, PD-33, and PD-24 feature easy repair design that prevents long cool down periods for maintenance as well as risk of overflow dross damage to controller. Read More

Materials & Material Processing

Solder Pots suit lead-free, RoHS-compliant solders.

February 6, 2008

Intended for dip soldering and pre-tinning applications, Industrial Solder Pots feature gray cast iron crucibles that are resistive to solvent powers of tin. Operating temperature of pots should be 100-150°F above liquid temperature of solder alloy and if kept below 800°F, will be unaffected by higher levels of tin found in lead-free solders. Offered in 1 and 2.5 lb capacities, both pots... Read More

Materials & Material Processing

Solder Module facilitates lead-free soldering.

September 2, 2005

Available for Electrovert® Electra®, Vectra(TM), and Econopak® Gold wave soldering systems, Quick-Change Solder Pot facilitates changeover between tin/lead and lead-free alloys. Cast iron solder pot and components are resistant to corrosive nature of lead-free solders and withstand temperatures of 600ºF. UltraFill(TM) Lead-Free Nozzles are placed close together to minimize temperature... Read More