New look and improved features on the Nano Rework station

JBC has recently launched the improved version of its highest precision station: NAST-B Nano Rework.

The new features of JBC's most unique station make the user's job easier, save time andincrease productivity:


Both tool holders feature a wider angle to facilitate placement of the tool.

The new anti-rotation clamp of the cable collectors avoids cable tangles or discomfort when working.


It consists of two cleaning stands with a splashguard and a cartridge extractor which allows a quick & safe cartridge change with one hand.

It is also possible to use different cleaning systems and organize the nano cartridges according to the job.

What’s the most recommended type of wool for cleaning soldering Tips?

Brass wool: Although less aggressive than the Inox Wool, it is easily subject to breaking down. This can cause metal particles and fibers to contaminate the enviroment of the working area. We have a very large and experienced customer that refuse the use of Brass Wool technique for this reason. Brass wool was first used in the industry many years ago and, as sometimes happens, it became an industry standard and adopted by many vendors.

Inox Wool: It is more agressive than the Brass wool and may require more restraint from the operator when using. This method proves to be the most effective when the user applies less aggressiveness and minimizes the abrasions – Less Is Better. Apart from being more effective with controlled use, Inox is much more durable than Brass. It is more flexible, less fragile, and as a result, reduces broken particles and contamination. In our testing we found it very resistant to breakage and less than 10X broken particles were found than with Brass wool.

JBC Classic Series

The SL2020 and the SG1070 belong to the JBC Classic Series and have already had a great reception from customers in other countries now increasingly becoming more popular in the UK.

SL2020 Temperature Controlled Iron

This soldering pencil features a reliable temperature controller incorporated to the handle which is adjustable according to your needs.

SG1070 Gas Soldering Iron

This is the ideal solution to repair electronic applications when there is no electricity supply. You can adjust the temperature and use it in three different working modes:

- Soldering Iron: It provides up to 580ºC (1076ºF) and it works with 8 different tips.
- Hot Air Tool: It provides up to 625ºC (1157ºF) to work with SMDs or ICs plastics.
- Mini-blow Torch: Its maximum temp is 1300ºC (2372ºF) for soldering with silver alloys.

New Demonstration Room Near Completion

The builders have finished and the Yamaha YS12F Pick & Place machine has been moved into position ready to be commissioned in the next couple of days. Also a Promass PCB loader has arrived and will be commissioned along with the Yamaha YS12F Pick & Place.

Yamaha YS12F

Other items ready to be installed are the Purex SYS400 extraction unit, JBC Rework units and Meiji Vision Systems. Other items such as the Hirox 3D Digital Microscope will be on display later on in the year.

premiumOnce the demonstration room is open Kaisertech plan to arrange regular seminars and open days. Specialist   speakers will be invited to talk about various subjects and demonstrate the related equipment.

Purex System 200

It is anticipated that the first seminar will take place in June where a range of Yamaha assembly equipment and JBC rework equipment will be on show, and guest speakers from these companies will be attending to introduce and demonstrate their range.



Kaisertech Start Work On New Demonstration Room!

Due to the increased level of interest with the Yamaha range of Pick and Place machines, Kaisertech has started work on a new demonstration room at their Eastleigh facility allowing customers easy viewing of the range.

Along with the Yamaha range of Pick & Place Kaisertech also plan to add more products to view such as Board Handling from Promass, Vision Inspection from Meiji and Hirox, Soldering & Rework units from JBC, Extraction Systems from Purex and many smaller items from Kaisertech’s extensive range of consumables.

Once the demonstration room is open Kaisertech plan to arrange regular seminars and open days, having specialist speakers who can talk about various subjects and demonstrate the related equipment.

It is anticipated that the room will be ready before the end of May.   When it is completed Kaisertech will send out invites for the first seminar.