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60Khz 100W Ultrasonic Soldering Iron For Metal Glass Ceramic

Place of Origin China
Brand Name Rps-sonic
Certification CE
Model Number RPS-SI60
Minimum Order Quantity 1pcs
Price negotiable
Packaging Details CARTON
Delivery Time 1DAYS
Payment Terms T/T
Product Details
Frequency 60Khz Power 100w
Horn Material Titanium Temperature Range 150 ~ 400 °C
Power Supply 220V / 50-60 Hz Size 250(W) X 310(L) X 135(H) Mm
Iron Handle Length & Diameter 190mm / Ø20
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60Khz 100W Ultrasonic Soldering Iron For Metal ,Glass And Ceramic Soldering

60Khz 100W Ultrasonic Soldering Iron for metal soldering




Model No. RPS-SI60
Ultrasonic Frequency 60Khz
Maximum Output 100 Watt
Temperature Range 150 ~ 400 °C
Power Supply 220V / 50-60 Hz
Ultrasonic Generator Size 250(W) x 310(L) x 135(H) mm
Weight 5 Kg
Feature Ultrasonic Amplitude Adjustable
Iron Handle Length & Diameter 190mm / Ø20
Avail Soldering Matrial ITO Glass, AL, Mo, Cu etc.,





Soldering is similar to soldering. Soldering is a welding method that uses low-melting metal solder to heat and melt, and then penetrates into and fills the gap between the metal parts. Ultrasonic soldering irons are usually used for soldering. Ultrasonic electric soldering iron is mainly used for soldering of materials and has the advantages of environmental protection, energy saving, and convenience. Soldering irons are commonly used for delicate tasks involving electronics and when used on circuit boards.

Ultrasonic soldering technology uses ultrasonic high-frequency vibration to heat and melt filler metal materials to form joints, thereby welding the materials together. The ultrasonic soldering process can be automated for mass production, or it can be done manually for prototyping or repair work. Initially, the purpose of soldering was to connect tin and other metals. However, with the advent of active solders, more types of metals, ceramics and glass can be soldered.


Shortcomings of traditional soldering iron
The oxide film of the processed material has an influence

When using a traditional electric soldering iron for soldering on a metal surface, it is usually necessary to heat it to a temperature above a certain temperature to melt the filler, and even higher temperatures are required for nickel-based filler metals. When heated to these temperatures, the flux or atmosphere that chemically or physically reduces the formation of metal surface oxides is essential for soldering work. In order to "wet" the molten filler metal, make it flow evenly and adhere as a liquid, the metal surface must be free of oxides. Once the molten filler metal is spread or drawn into the joint by capillary action, the heat source is removed to allow the filler metal to solidify and form a bond with the metal.

Need flux

The purpose of the flux is to clean the surface of the base alloy and filler metal and prevent oxidation during the soldering process. The type of flux will affect the way it reacts with the metal being welded and the effective temperature range of the flux. Since the flux is heated and depleted during the soldering process, the amount of flux used will affect whether the solder joints are formed before oxidation occurs. The consumption of flux also affects the final time-temperature curve experienced by the joint during the soldering process. In some cases, nitrogen, argon or other shielding gases are used to help the flux prevent oxidation.

The flux produces visible fumes that are visible during the soldering process. Contact with flux rosin can cause eye, throat and lung irritation, nosebleeds and headaches. Repeated exposure can cause respiratory and skin allergies, causing and aggravating asthma. Certain fluxes contain lead, which can cause serious chronic health effects.


For non-metallic materials such as ceramics and glass, traditional electric soldering iron equipment cannot directly solder, and these materials need to be metalized in advance. This requires additional time and expense to process the material.


Advantages of ultrasonic soldering iron
Efficient and environmentally friendly

Ultrasonic electric soldering iron equipment can produce high-quality adhesion and clean, tight sealing. There is no filling material and no excessive heat, which means that there is no potential to introduce contaminants or thermal deformation. There are no visible seams between the parts, creating a smooth, visually striking surface. Ultrasonic soldering provides durable bonding and is superior to many other methods of joining parts. Hygienic and reliable sealing makes ultrasonic soldering suitable for precision electronic products.

Eliminate the oxide film on the surface of the processed object

Ultrasonic soldering is a unique process that uses the cavitation effect of ultrasonic waves to destroy the oxides on the surface of the soldering material and bond two surfaces that cannot normally be soldered together. Therefore, ultrasonic soldering does not require additional treatment of the oxide film on the surface of the object to be processed, and it will not affect the soldering effect.

Eliminate bubbles

In the soldering process, due to the heating and melting of the processed material, bubbles may appear during the soldering process, and these bubbles will affect the final soldering effect. The ultrasonic soldering process is through the cavitation of ultrasonic waves, and eventually the bubbles will die out, which will not affect the entire soldering effect.

No flux needed

Ultrasonic soldering iron equipment does not need to use flux in the soldering process, and some fluxes have great harm to the human body, so ultrasonic soldering avoids the harm to the body to a certain extent.

Direct soldering

Traditional electric soldering iron equipment cannot directly solder glass, ceramics, titanium alloys, stainless steel, molybdenum alloys and other materials, while ultrasonic materials can use their own cavitation effect to directly fuse these materials to achieve soldering. Effect.


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