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    100W Internal Heating Handheld Soldering Gun

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    Buy a low-cost internal heating soldering gun online, maximum power of 100W. This high quality soldering gun is designed to provide precise control of the heat and soldering process, ensuring clean and accurate joints every time. ATO handheld soldering gun has a powerful heating element and a comfortable grip and is widely used for repairing small appliances, soldering circuit boards, watches, mobile phones, and jewellery soldering.
    SKU: ATO-SD-G10100
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    The high performance internal heating handheld soldering gun has a power of 100W and a maximum temperature rise of 580°C. ATO internal heating soldering gun can be operated with one hand, making it easy for even novice solderers to get started.


    • Model: ATO-SD-G101100
    • Power: 100W
    • Working Temperature: 580 °C
    • Voltage: 110/220V
    • Power plug: Euro/US/UK/AU
    • Dimension: 205* 150* 42mm
    • Indicator Light: Yes
    • Applicable Wire Diameter: 0.5mm~1.2mm
    • Weight: 0.33kg

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    Handheld solder-gun dimension

    Usage Introduction

    Handheld solder gun usage introduction

    1. Attach the solder wire to the holder.
    2. Press the tin inlet to straighten the solder wire.
    3. Check if the tin is smooth.
    4. Install the tin wire holder.
    5. Power on the power switch.
    6. Complete the steps, and start using.


    Internal heating soldering gun detail


    Automatic soldering gun sockets


    Soldering guns are widely used in the manufacture and repair of electronic devices, such as computers, radios, and televisions. They are also used in automotive and industrial settings, where they are used to repair electrical wiring, circuit boards, and other components. Additionally, soldering guns are used in jewelry making and metalworking, where they are used to join metal components together for decorative and functional purposes.

    Soldering gun application

    Tips: What are the different types of welding guns?

    • Welding guns are tools used in various welding processes to deliver the heat required to melt the metal and create a strong bond between two or more parts. The types of welding guns include:
    • MIG welding gun: This is the most common type of welding gun and is used in the MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding process. It has a spool of wire that feeds through the gun and is melted to create the weld.
    • TIG welding torch: TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding guns are used in TIG welding, which requires more precision than other welding processes. It uses a tungsten electrode to create an arc, and a filler rod is added separately to create the weld.
    • Stick welding gun: This type of welding gun is used in the stick welding process, also known as Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW). It uses a consumable electrode that is coated with flux to create the weld.
    • Plasma cutting torch: While not technically a welding gun, a plasma cutting torch is often used alongside welding guns to cut metal. It uses a jet of ionized gas to create a plasma arc, which melts the metal and cuts it.
    • Stud welding gun: This type of welding gun is used specifically for stud welding, where a fastener or stud is welded to a base metal. It uses a special type of gun that grips the stud and uses a small amount of current to create the weld.
    • Resistance welding gun: Resistance welding guns are used in resistance welding processes, such as spot welding, seam welding, and projection welding. They use electrodes to clamp the two parts together and pass current through them to create a weld.
    Existing reviews of 100W Internal Heating Handheld Soldering Gun
    Love this little soldering iron!
    This little iron made my job easy. I was skeptical because I'd purchased other soldering gun this size that were worthless. They did not get hot enough and took way too long to heat up. This iron really does get hot very quickly.
    From: Colin | Date: 30/10/2023
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