Balver Zinn Group Releases Balver Tip for Easy Rework

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The Balver Zinn Group, a leading manufacturer of solder materials, is pleased to introduce Balver Tip that has been developed to ease rework.

The Balver Tip activator is an easy to use tool for cleaning oxidized iron soldering tips for SnPb and Pb-free processes. In the simple process, the solder tip is dipped into the solid Balver Tip activator which becomes liquid and immediately starts removing oxides from the solder tip. After this de-oxidation sequence, the solder tip can be tinned easily and is ready to create perfect solder joints.

Operators will appreciate the excellent performance, low smoke and low odor of the lead-free Balver Tip.

Use Balver Tip to clean soldering tips and ensure the best performance of any Balver Zinn solder wire.

About Balver Zinn

Headquartered in Germany, the Balver Zinn Group has facilities in the United States, Europe, Asia and distributors in all major areas of the world.  Product range includes high quality solders, wires and anodes in different alloys, fluxes, solder paste and related materials for the electronic industry and surface refinements. 

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