Soldering Iron Soldering Station

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A Multi-Station to Complete Your Project


If you have lots of projects in the pipeline, much more setting up workstations for every project, then it would take up a lot of space of cluttered tools, screws, clamps, and a lot more. It’s time to think of decluttering. Getting this soldering station is one great idea! 

  • 2-in-1 750-watts soldering station. A hot air heater and iron welding rework.
  • Low noise operation and space-saving design
  • Dual LCD display showing high precision temperature
  • For mobile phone and computer repairs, and electronic component welding 



Enjoy a Seamless Workflow

A 2-in-1 workstation for your project. You can solder, test, and rework in a fast and efficient process. Don’t just jam your tools in one box, you can use the soldering, hot air, power supply/testing stations simultaneously. You no longer need multiple stations on your desk to complete a project. And saves you time due to less leg work.


Save Space in Your Workstation

This 2-in-1 multistation can save space in your work area. It combines a soldering iron, hot air gun, voltmeter, and a power supply all in a single compact package. It operates in an extremely low noise in a space-saving design.



Get Accurate Temperature

The dual LCD digital liquid crystal display shows the hi-precision temperature you can depend on. Rapid warming and automatic cooling can be accurately monitored in the LCD display. This can effectively prolong the service life of the hot air heater. 



Wide Applications

Use your soldering station for repairs of mobile phones, computer hardware, and electronic component welding. 



Product Specifications:

Hot air gun
Working Voltage: AC220-240V OR AC100-130V
Frequency: 50Hz/60Hz
Output Power: 800W
Temperature Range: 100°C~480°C
Temperature Stability:±2℃
Air Flow: 150L/min (max)

Soldering iron
Working Voltage: AC220-240V OR AC100-130V
Output Power: 80W
Frequency: 50Hz/60Hz
Temperature Range: 180°C-500°C
Temperature Stability: ±1°C
Soldering Iron : ESD design
Heater Material : Ceramics

How to use:
1. Clean the electronic components to be soldered.
2. Once iron reaches temperature (not too high, recommend 300-400℃).
3. Apply a little solder to the heated iron tip to prevent oxidation, then rub the iron tip to evenly extend the solder to the surface of the iron tip.
4. Start to solder

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