Are there any simple tips on a desoldering process?

Use a tip with a larger diameter than the pad to achieve maximum aspiration and thermal efficiency.

1. Placing

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Place the tip with the component terminal in the hole.

2. Rotating

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When the solder liquefies, gently rotate the tip so that the component terminal can be lifted off.

3. Aspirating

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Press the vacuum pump button long enough to remove the solder.

After pressing the desoldering key there is a slight delay until the self-contained vacuum pump stops. This makes sure that the vacuum circuit is completely empty. If any solder remains are left on a terminal after desoldering it, resolder it with fresh solder and repeat the desoldering operation.

What is JBC Tools Compact Line?

Using the JBC Tools exclusive heating system, compact stations suit your soldering and desoldering needs in the minimum footprint.

CD-S
The perfect solution for precision soldering jobs.

CD-B
For soldering in general electronic applications.

CP
The solution for soldering and desoldering by using microtweezers.

CF
Soldering station with a solder feed iron for intensive or free single-handed jobs.

CS
Desoldering station with electric pump for precision jobs.

CV
For precision desoldering jobs by using a pneumatic pump.

 

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What is JBC Tools Premium Line?

JBC Tools premium stations are complete modular kits suggested by JBC to 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 its fast temperature recovery.

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

 

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What is JBC Tools Modular Range?

JBC Tools modular range is a combination of stackable control modules to get your complete personalised set-up.

All you need to do is choose a control unit according to the number of tools you need. Every control unit is compatible with all JBC tools.

All the units incorporate JBC’s exclusive heating system that increases work efficiency thanks to its quick temperature recovery.

For a basic working system, you need:

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When I look at the JBC rework station RMSE, I see no tweezers in it. Can I connect them to it?

Yes, you can.
When you purchase a JBC RMSE rework station you will not get them though. You will have to purchase them separately and don’t forget the stand for them!

Are there any easy steps to desoldering using JBC hot air equipment?

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What’s a good repair process for QFP’s?

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Why is it possible to solder at lower temperatures using a JBC tool?

It is possible because the tip has an extremely fast thermal response.

On a conventional iron’s tip there is a strong drop in temperature while the tip is transferring the heat to the board. If the thermal response is slow, the tip does not have the time to recover the temperature, especially if a series of solder joint is performed. This is the reason why the operator is used to select a higher temperature, resulting in short tip life and PCB / component damage.

Which is the suggested soldering temperature in lead free processes?

Our experience shows that 90% of solder joints using JBC tools can be performed successfully at 350ºC or less, in any case it is not recommended to exceed 370ºC.

Which is the best system to clean the tips?

It depends on maintenance issues and on the technology of the soldering system. A wet sponge is an efficient system if it is kept clean and damp (not swamped), it is changed periodically and deionised water is used. The tip’s temperature partially decreases during the contact with the wet sponge, but this could be a disadvantage only with older generations of soldering systems, where the iron does not have a very fast thermal response and it takes several seconds to recover the working temperature. The cleaning wire (brass) is an alternative to the sponge. It needs less maintenance and does not decrease the temperature of the tip, that’s why some handsoldering producers with low thermal response prefer it. On the other hand, it releases some material residues which may fall on the PCBs if the holder is not protected. The stand of the brass should be heavy in order not to move during its use, otherwise the operator will need also the other hand to hold it. The metal brush is a more aggressive way to clean the tip, but if used gently cleans well the tip with minimal damage. The tip tinner / cleaner is a chemical method to clean and retin the tip at the same time. It should be used when above methods fail and a very active cleaning method is needed. There is also a new sand cleaning method from JBC: the tip must be entered inside a protected sand deposit and turned it around. This method is advisable when all else fails.

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