JBC Premium Soldering Line

JBC Premium stations are complete modular kits suggested by JBC that satisfy all your soldering or desoldering needs. They are designed for industrial and extensive use with the JBC exclusive heating system that increases work efficiency thanks to the fast temperature recovery.

The range includes different models,
from micro work with Nano station to the highest power requirements
ith the Heavy Duty station.

A great example of a Premium unit is DIR Precision Soldering station:

The DIR soldering station is designed for industrial precision solder-joints with medium power requirements.

It works with the JBC exclusive heating system and the intelligent sleep and hibernation features.

Using the menu you can personalize over 20 parameters to help manage the soldering process.

The "B" version incorporates a USB connector (type B) to update station software and create graphs.

Although its DI control unit can be connected to any of JBC tools, the DIR station works with the

lightest and ergonomic T210-A handpiece and C210 cartridges.


How do I clean and care for my desoldering tools?

Desoldering is a dirty business. When using our DR desoldering tool, it is recommended that you have a spare "tube", clean and set to go during the day. Simply unscrew the green end piece of the gun, remove it from the handle, take the tube off and put it on your bench and replace with the new one. This will allow you to continue working and reduce the downtime of your equipment. Put aside 5-10 minutes at the end of a shift to use the provided reaming rod to push out the baffle and the filter in the glass or stainless tubes. Take a small wire brush and gently rub the baffle with it into a trash receptacle or hazardous waste container(if using leaded solder). Replace baffle to line marked on end of tube and put in a new white filter. Please periodically check the the secondary filter on the front or back (depending on model) of the the desoldering pump for discolouration. Replace if it looks fairly dirty. It is a good idea to also use the provided drill bit like tools to ream out the desoldering nozzles that you use in order to prevent buildup and clogging. The amount of usage your desoldering tool gets will determine the frequency for all maintenance. Please see manual for additional recommendations.