Thermaltronics Launches TMT-HA100 Digital Hot Air Pencil


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Convection rework is becoming increasingly important due to the prevalence of surface mount components and the difficulty in using soldering irons to remove or replace such devices. To help overcome these difficulties, Thermaltronics, a manufacturer of soldering systems using the unique “Curie Point” Technology, has released a new, digital hot air pencil with adjustable controls for air and temperature. 

The unit features a 200 W heater, capable of providing a temperature range of 100˚C-450˚C and diaphragm pump, delivering 10 L/min. 

Various nozzle sizes are available, from 1.5-4.0 mm in diameter, making them ideal for fine-point convection rework of surface components. 

When the unit is not in use, there is a standby mode and auto cool process to cool the heating element and protect it from damage. Once the temperature has reached safe levels, the unit will power down and the LCD display will remain blank. Units are available in both 110V and 220V versions, and come standard with a one-year warranty.

About Thermaltronics

Thermaltronics is a manufacturer and supplier of a wide range of Soldering Products & Accessories used in the electronics manufacturing industry. Design and development is undertaken in the USA and Australia, with final production taking place in a customised manufacturing facility, incorporating specialised equipment and in accordance with recognised international standards of quality and compliance.

 In addition to the modern factory, Thermaltronics maintains an office & warehouse in New York State, commercial offices in Hong Kong and a Distribution Sales Office in Perth Australia. 

Thermaltronics embraces both strict quality control and conformance with International Manufacturing Standards, is compliant with ISO 9000 & ISO 14000 and holds certification in TuV, GS, NRTL & CE.

Product warranties are among the best in the industry and distribution of the company’s products is available worldwide.

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