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The Smallest Hot Air Rework Station on the Market

Smallest Hot Air Rework Station on the Market

Technicians handling and soldering surface-mount device (SMD) components on a daily or weekly basis know how challenging it can be to work on printed circuit boards (PCB).

Aggravating soldering issues arise when SMT parts are misaligned or when a disturbed joint is created (due to moment while the solder solidifies). Cold and overheated joints, which happen when joints fail to fully melt, or else overheat, can also be a pain in a solderer’s side.

The list of difficulties that can arise when soldering SMD components are many and deserve a post all their own. The point here is that manipulating PBCs is often be a problematic task prone to slip-ups, which can happen in automated settings as well.

Thankfully, JBC has built a superior line of hot air rework stations designed to make the job of reworking ultra-miniature SMD components much easier for professional solderers.

The JBC Hot Air Rework Station

The JBC Hot Air Rework Station

The JBC Hot Air Rework Station is the smallest hot air rework station on the market today. These versatile soldering tools — which include the JBC Tools JNASE-1A - Hot Air Station - 300-840°F - 120V, the JBC Tools JNASE-2A - Hot Air Station - 300-840°F - 230V, and the JBC Tools JNASE-9A - Hot Air Station - 300-840°F - 100V — are perfect for soldering “SMD components on surfaces with minimal separation.” Theses hot air stations work with a range of different J115 soldering cartridges, which include the JBC Tools J115-008 - Soldering Cartridge - 0.8 mm Diameter, the JBC Tools J115-010 - Soldering Cartridge - 1 mm Diameter, and the JBC Tools J115-012 - Soldering Cartridge - 1.2 mm Diameter.

All of these soldering cartridges assist in maintaining temperature flow regulation at low levels, which help circumvent expulsion and movement of adjoining components.

JBC Hot Air Rework Stations were built to make the reworking of ultra-miniature SMD components (underneath the lens of a microscope) a simpler task, while reducing any soldering errors that might occur at the same time.

JNASE hot air stations give folks who solder circuit boards detailed control of temperature and airflow, along with the ability to position and remove components with a high degree of precision.

JNASE Hot Air Station Core Benefits

JNASE Hot Air Station Core Benefits

While we’ve already taken a fairly in-depth look at the JNASE Hot Air Stations Q Source Inc. offers, it can't hurt to summarize the advantages of investing in one of these nano hot air stations one more time:
  • JBC Hot Air Rework Stations have been designed and calibrated to rework SMD components on circuit board surfaces with minimal separation. 
  • Ultra-miniature SMD components can easily be reworked under a microscope. 
  • JBC Hot Air Rework Stations allow flow regulation of air and temperatures at low levels, which protects against the expulsion or movement of adjoining components.
  • Pedal-activated Pick & Place systems — included with every hot air rework station — assist the operator by making it easier for her or him to place and remove components with a high level of accuracy. 
As you can see, JNASE Hot Air Stations many advantages for people who work with SMD components. Solderers who want to do the best job they can take advantage these tools to make their work tasks a lot easier — which is why they should seriously consider investing in one of these hot air rework stations.


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