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Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment, Welding Equipment & Supplies

Selective Soldering Nozzles work with Pillarhouse equipment.

April 1, 2014

Available in ID threaded versions, Pillarhouse AP universal nozzles for selective soldering machines are constructed of steel alloys, precision machined, and available in standards sizes from 2.5–14 mm. Identification marks are available for distinguishing leaded and lead-free versions, and custom selective solder nozzles are also available based on specific application requirements: wave form sizes, multi-port, and extended or shortened lengths. Read More

Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment, Welding Equipment & Supplies

MIG Gun Nozzles minimize changeovers.

December 6, 2013

Featuring removable nozzle cone, Quik Tip™ HD Series Nozzles minimize frequency of changeovers associated with heat degradation and routine wear. Welding operator can replace nozzle cone without having to remove or replace entire nozzle or contact tip. Design also expedites spatter cleanup by providing access to nozzle body for spatter removal. In addition, increased wall thickness and insulating material helps nozzles withstand heat of welding arc for long periods. Read More

Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment, Welding Equipment & Supplies, Materials & Material Processing

Soldering Nozzles are available in custom designs.

June 1, 2010

Available on entire line of selective soldering machines, Pillarhouse AP-1 Universal Nozzles can consistently apply flux and solder to component leads without disturbing nearby SMT components. Units are made of steel alloy and range in size from 2.5-12 mm. Identification marks enable users to differentiate lead nozzles from lead-free versions. Read More

Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment, Welding Equipment & Supplies

Welding Consumables reduce down time in MIG applications.

July 2, 2003

Centerfire® contact tips drop in gas diffuser and are locked in place by tightening nozzle. They do not require tools to change, and, when coupled with correct nozzle, stay fixed either flush with end of nozzle, at 1/8 in. recess, or 1/4 in. recess. Large diameter bases and tapered seats increase electrical conductivity and heat transfer. Hand tightened nozzles come with built in spatter shields that protect gas diffusers and facilitate smooth gas flow. Read More

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