As a follow up to our recent Hakko FX-888 blog article, All-Spec Industries is excited to announce that we now have the Hakko FX-888 Soldering Station in stock! The FX-888 replaces the Hakko 936-12, but still uses the same 900M series tips. All-Spec also has plans to stock the new Hakko T18 tips when they become available.
If you missed our last blog article on the Hakko FX-888 ESD-safe Station, check it out for more product features and specifications.
Also be sure to check out our full selection of Hakko Soldering Products.
As an authorized distributor of PurSwab, All-Spec Industries carries a variety of swabs including general purpose cotton, foam tipped, lint free, chemical resistant and more. The video below features a close-up look of a varied sampling of the PurSwab swabs that All-Spec carries.
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As a division of Puritan Medical Products, PurSwab has been a trusted name for single use applicators since 1919. Be sure to check out All-Spec’s full selection of PurSwab swabs.
The new Hakko FX-888 ESD-safe soldering station is an inexpensive yet durable replacement for the popular Hakko 936. In addition to having an adjustable temperature control, this station comes with a ceramic heating element and sensor to provide rapid heat-up temperature and faster thermal recovery time. This allows for up to a 30% increase in operator productivity. The new FX-888 soldering station also uses less workbench space by taking up about 35% less surface area than the Hakko 936.
More Hakko FX-888 features include:
- Temperature range of 392° to 896°F (200° to 480°C)
- Maintains idle temperature within 1.8°F (1°C)
- Celsius and Fahrenheit temperature display
- Padded, ergonomically-designed iron handles for easy use
- Wide selection of compatible tips
Stay tuned for more details about the Hakko FX-888!
In order to expand our selection of ionizing equipment, All-Spec Industries is excited to welcome ION Systems to our line card. As a division of Illinois Tools Works Inc., ION Systems specializes in providing electrostatic solutions to a wide range of industries.
All-Spec has recently added bench top ionizers and ionizer air guns from ION Systems, popular for the self balancing IsoStat® technology that requires no calibration. These are a few of our newest additions:
ION Systems Air Force Ionizing Air Gun With Air Hose and Console
The ION Systems 91-6115-NXFMR ergonomic Ionizing Air Force Gun comes complete with a light touch trigger, flexible air hose and a console which can be mounted. This air gun also produces only a low audible noise.
ION Systems Point of Use Ionizing Blower With LED Indicators
The ION Systems 91-6432E is a small ionizing blower used to control static charge in hard-to-reach areas and during process tool applications. This blower also has visual and remote alarm LED indicators.
Stay tuned for future product offerings from ION Systems!
Tech Wear’s X2 garments are designed to work in conjunction with 3M’s 724 Workstation Monitor. This popular 3M workstation monitor provides immediate notification when a wrist strap malfunctions or when it is being worn improperly. Before the invention of Tech Wear’s X2 garments in 1998, the only way to track an operator’s charge imbalances was with a dual-snap wrist strap that measures surface resistivity on the skin.
However, when used with 3M’s 724 Workstation Monitor, Tech Wear’s X2 garment design includes both the wearer and garment in the monitored loop. The X2 jacket or coat makes contact with the operator at the two wrist cuffs (one cuff is connected to the garment’s fabric and the other cuff is connected to the monitor snap by an isolated conductive path). You can see the path of the electrical circuit in the image to the left.
All-Spec carries Tech Wear’s X2 jackets and coats in several colors with sizes ranging from X-Small to 5XL. From now until March 31, 2011, stock up on Tech Wear garment items at reduced sale prices.
To learn more about how Tech Wear’s X2 garments work with the 3M 724 Workstation Monitor, visit Tech Wear’s website for a detailed description.
Photo courtesy of Tech Wear