Many industrial manufacturing environments require workers to wear protective gloves, including during electronics and medical device production and assembly. Latex gloves not only protect workers from harmful chemicals but also protect products from worker contact and contamination during manufacturing Read more
Save a few steps--and some money--with the Pace 925 SMT Rework System
Pace has introduced a new low-cost “combination” system ideal for surface mount technology (SMT) rework. It’s worth adding up the savings by comparing the a la carte prices Read more
You may or may not have heard about Metcal’s new soldering station, the CV-5200. The evolutionary tool removes much of the reliance on visual inspection of hand-soldered joints and adds a second, more technology-driven method for validating a successful Read more
Soldering, adhesives and laser work are at many times present in an engineeering environment. The fumes and pollution in these work areas usually exceed the safety threshold and put workers at risk. The new WFE 2ES Weller Volume Extraction System is designed to filter 99.5% of these pollutants and help maintain a safe working environment.
Here are a few key features of the WFE & 2ES:
F5-class fine dust filter
Puratex compact H12 filter
Brushless and maintenance-free turbine
Low noise emission
Wide range of accessories
In addition to these features, the WFE 2ES needs no on-site installation by a professional adding to the effeciency of this system.
In order to fully understand the differences between the WES51 and the WESD51 (and their advantages and disadvantages), you first need to know some of the similarities they share.
The WES51 and the WESD51 are both soldering stations that include a power unit, a PES51 soldering pencil with an ETA solder tip, a PH50 stand, and a sponge. They are both designed for continuous production soldering and can display both Fahrenheit and Celsius readings. Their innovative heaters and sensor combinations allow for quick heat-up and fast temperature recovery. In addition, outside operators are prevented from adjusting the temperature to levels higher than necessary by wireless temperature lockout. This gives you complete control over the soldering process. Both are UL and cUL listed as well as ESD safe.
Although the WES51 and WESD51 have only a few differences, they are relevant enough to push some users to one or the other. The WES51 uses only analog adjustments for temperature settings, while the WESD51 uses digital temperature readout. With the digital LED display on the WESD51 you can read both the set temperature and the actual tip temperature. This allows the user to not only accurately set the temperature, but check the temperature of the soldering pencil at any time allowing for more precision and process control. The digital screen can also be more easily read than the dial setting on the analog WES51.
Many finger cot manufacturers have tried to sell inferior products, and failed to keep quality consistent from shipment to shipment. Our static-dissipative finger cots by Suzuki Latex are of the highest quality. We feel so strongly about their quality and integrity that we will take them back without question if you are not happy with them for any reason.
These finger cots are black chlorinated, washed, and powder-free. They have a 3-mil thickness and are for use with class 1 and class 2 static-sensitive devices. They meet ASTM D257 for surface resistivity: 10^6 to 10^8. They are packaged in black conductive bags so they can be taken into ESD safe areas, and are certified non-volatile residue and liquid particle count.
Major customers include Canon, Texas Instruments, Intel, JVC, Sony, Kyocera, Panasonic,Hitachi, Toshiba, etc.