How to choose the correct tip

JBC offers you an Exclusive Heating System and a wide range of tips which detect the temperature quickly and increase work effciency.

When you start working do not forget:

Bigger is better

As you know, the bigger the solder tip, the better the thermal transfer. So remember to select the biggest tip possible for your application. This way you will be able to:

  • Work at lower temperatures (350ºC).
  • Obtain faster results in less time.
  • Improve thermal performance.
  • Increase temperature precision.
  • Reduce collateral damage (thermal stress on components and PCBs).

JBC offers over 350 tips of different sizes, shapes and power

The JBC range includes models from Ø0,1 mm for precision jobs to the Ø15 mm for high power requirement applications.comp

Geometry: Slimness vs Efficiency

A high thermal efficient tip makes your job up to 40% faster than a tip with a slimmer geometry.


Increasing the contact surface Tip-Application

The bigger the contact surface the tip has with the application, the higher the thermal transfer.

Superficie contacto 1Largest mass possible

The more mass the tip has, the more heat accumulated and the lower temperature drop.

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Maintain tip surface clean and tinned

Remember that rusty and dirty surfaces reduce heat transfer to the solder joint.

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