Solder Station

DDD Plier-Style Resistance Soldering System theMiniPOT Soldering Pot 60 Watt Industrial Grade Soldering Station 550 Watt, 1-1/8 Heavy-Duty Soldering Iron
300 Watt Heavy-Duty
Ergo Iron
Plier-Style Resistance
Soldering System
Soldering Pot
60 Watt Industrial
Soldering Station
550 Watt Heavy-Duty
Soldering Iron

Solder StationWe at American Beauty Tools believe that if people want to find the best solder station first they need to know about Watt levels and how they might impact specific jobs they might want to do. We also believe that potential buyers of a solder station should know about when to start researching information. We are going to talk about these things along with other vital information that will prove valuable to you.

What type of watt level should a solder station have for smaller projects such as circuit board? If you are working on a smaller project like one that has to do with circuit board, you might want to go for wattage that is about 15 to 30 watts. This is an adequate amount, but if you are going to be working on larger projects, such as those having to do with audio cord, try going for wattage that is about 40 or more.

When is the best time to start doing research about a solder station?

I would say right now, before you decide to purchase one. The best rule of thumb to go with when researching a solder station to buy would be looking only at known brands first.

These will usually have the most information about them. You will want to make sure the solder station you are thinking about getting is comprised of safe materials such as ESD (electrostatic discharge) in order to protect the delicate parts inside of it, and to make working with it less dangerous.

What type of solder station should you look for?

You will want to search for a solder station that comes in a multitude of sizes, shapes, and tips. Try searching for a soldering pencil that is not too heavy, and one that has a non burning cord that is of sufficient length. If you are planning on doing a lot of repairs or re-working with your station, then try going for one that comes with a de-soldering tool. Once you have located a solder station that comes with all the required features you need and one that is cost efficient, go with it.

What should you do once you have gotten a solder station? When you get a solder station, especially if you decide to get one that will be shipped to you, you will want to make sure you keep safety in mind. You will want to keep the soldering pencil cord at a safe distance from your work. Also be careful not to burn yourself or anyone else. Try to perform your work in areas that are well ventilated, because some solder has the tendency to be toxic.

We hope you now have an idea of what type of watt level you are going to require if you are going to be focusing on smaller project, and you are ready to start doing research. We have provided you with all the information you need to look for a solder station, and we have told you how to maintain them.

Now let us show you to some quality ones on our website. Please Call 800-550-2510, e-mail , or most importantly click on the link to order online to get started.