Armsol soldering iron element is Available in 3 variants.
Armsol soldering iron element – The handle of the iron is thermally and electrically insulated, but the exposed resistant-conductive metal heating element (usually made of copper or nickel) in the tip reaches temperatures high enough to convert metal solder wire into a molten state when subjected to a current. The customer can buy Armsol soldering iron heating elements which are compatible with soldering irons of all brands.
Soldering Iron Element
- Brand – Armsol
- Product Type – Soldering Accessories
- Availability – In stocks
- Compatible –All major Brand Soldering Iron
- Quality – High Quality
Soldering Iron Element
The Armsol Soldering Iron Element makes soldering a very simple task. It consumes the power 25/35/50 Watts. The Armsol Soldering Iron heating Element can bear a temperature of 380°C. The soldering iron element is provided with a good quality insulator on the side opposite to the tip. In addition to all this, the product ensures a good level of safety.
This High-quality Soldering Iron heating Element has fast heating efficiency and long service life. It can be a good replacement for your old soldering Iron heating part. When it comes to Soldering Iron Elements, you can count on Armsol.
How to replace heating element in soldering iron
Replacing the heating element in a soldering iron is a relatively straightforward process. Here’s a general guide on how to do it:
- Disassemble the Soldering Iron: Depending on the model, you may need to unscrew or detach the handle or other parts to access the heating element. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions or consult the soldering iron’s user manual if available.
- Locate the Heating Element: Once you have access to the internal components, identify the heating element. It is usually a metal coil or ceramic rod located near the tip of the soldering iron.
- Disconnect the Wiring: Carefully disconnect the wires that are connected to the heating element. Take note of their positions or take a photo to ensure proper reconnection later.
- Remove the Old Heating Element: Loosen any fasteners or screws holding the heating element in place. Gently pull out the old heating element, being cautious not to damage any surrounding components.
- Install the New Heating Element: Take the new heating element and carefully insert it into the designated slot. Secure it in place using the appropriate fasteners or screws.
- Reconnect the Wiring: Reattach the wires to their corresponding terminals on the new heating element. Ensure a secure connection, double-checking the positions based on the earlier notes or photo.
- Reassemble the Soldering Iron: Put the soldering iron back together by reattaching or screwing in any previously removed parts, ensuring a proper fit.
- Test the Soldering Iron: Plug in the soldering iron and allow it to heat up. Confirm that the new heating element is functioning correctly by checking if the tip heats up to the desired temperature.
Always refer to the specific instructions provided by the manufacturer for your soldering iron model, as the process may vary slightly. If unsure or uncomfortable with the replacement process, it is advisable to seek assistance from a qualified technician or contact the manufacturer’s customer support for guidance.