Murray Percival Company Introduces Soldering System from PACE


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Murray Percival Company, the leading supplier to the Midwest’s electronics industry, offering thousands of capital and distribution items, today announced its spring sale of the of the ADS200, the industry’s newest high-power, low-cost production soldering system from PACE.

The ADS200 features the new TD-200 Cool-Touch Handpiece, with its sleek and ergonomic aluminum handle designed to stay cool and comfortable during continuous production soldering. ADS200 features a rugged, all-metal design, including housing, soldering iron and tool stand. The system is intuitive and easy to operate – just power it on, set the temperature with arrow keys and start soldering. No training required.

The benefits of the ADS200 are vast, including the low-cost, one tip cartridge that can be set to any temperature (no need for multiple tips), the inclusion of the TD-200 ergonomic handpiece, and AccuDrive technology that allows users to set honest, highly-accurate temperatures without changing cartridges or calibrating for multiple temp requirements.

About Murray Percival

Murray Percival Company was founded in January of 1960, and subsequently incorporated in the state of Michigan as the Murray A. Percival Company. They are currently the leading supplier to the Midwest's electronics industry, offering thousands of capital and distribution products as well as the industry’s leading process enabler.

 

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