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Hot air stations

Hot air stations

Hot air stations are devices which are used for work in the field of soldering technology, but which differ significantly from conventional soldering irons in their handling and functionality. Robust and multifunctional hot-air stations melt and fuse components with each other through targeted, hot air flows, without the need for contact between the hot-air piston and the elements to be processed.

Their main advantages are that they allow extremely precise work, are gentle on the material without sacrificing efficiency and have a number of useful setting options (e.g. temperature control within the corresponding temperature range), which can often be followed on a digital display.

The areas of application for hot air stations range from private to professional environments, above all they are used for soldering and desoldering sensitive passive components A long service life and operational readiness of the units is achieved, among other things, by an intelligent cool-down function when switching off and patented heating systems

Hot air stations from renowned manufacturers from Bürklin

If you need reliable and safe hot air stations for precise soldering work, Bürklin is the right partner for you. Our assortment exclusively comprises products that have been carefully tested by us and that are ready to be shipped to you shortly after your order has been placed. If you have any questions or requests for advice regarding our selection of hot air stations or other articles, please do not hesitate to contact us by telephone: +49 89 55875-230 or by e-mail at

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    Order No.: 09L7108

    Manufacturer: Weller

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    1 piece(s) €950.81
    Incl. VAT but without shipping costs
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    Minimum Order Quantity 1
    10 piece(s) in stock
    ROHS RoHS compliant version available, last updated: 31.03.2015