Soldering iron

How many types of soldering iron are? Do you have an interest in electrical repairs, do you want to learn the repairing work? If yes then, first of all, you must be aware of the soldering iron. You should know what soldering iron is, how soldering iron works, how many soldering irons are there?
How many types of soldering iron are
Soldering Iron
You should know what is the work of Soldering Iron in Electronics Repairing? How do you use a blowtorch? If you do not know blowtorch, then read this post.

1- What is Soldering Iron?


The way the belling machine is needed to connect the two pieces of iron together, the soldering machine is needed to connect the two components of the electrical system in exactly the same way.

That is, iron is one of the main tools in the field of electrical repairing, which is used to make any electrical components or wire between each other.


2- blowtorch working principle:-


The input value of a soldering machine is either AC or DC supply, while its output is heat. First blowtorch is supplied with fixed-fixed value as power.

After supply, the coil of the soldering machine becomes hot. As the quilts get warm, the beat associated with it also starts to heat. After a few seconds, a bit of soldering iron becomes so hot that it can melt the soldering wire ie range so that the work of rolling over a circuit can be done.


3- How many types of soldering iron are there?

Different types of blowtorch are used for the shelling on different types of electric circuits. But along with the input supply, mainly 2 types of soldering machines are used. Below we are telling about 2 types of blowtorch types.


4- What is AC blowtorch?

The solder machine that is used on the power supply is called AC blowtorch. In general, the AC soldering machine works on 220 volt AC and almost all electrical mechanical repairing uses the AC shoulder machine. The AC sawing iron of different watt is used to do the work of sheeting on different types of electrical circuits.

Soldering on large electrical circuits such as TVs, DVDs, stabilizers, UPSs etc. consumes more quantity of soldering wire, hence AC blowtorch is used for maximum watt for working on such circuits. For this, most mechanisms use the 35w soldering iron, 65w soldering iron, 100w  iron, etc.

Soldering wire consumption in small quantities is used for soldering on small and thin circuits such as mobile, USB kit, DVD video board etc. Therefore, the blowtorch of the minimum watt is used to do the work of the rolling on such circuits.

In the work of mobile repairing, commonly used 5W, blowtorch, 8W blowtorch, 10W soldering iron, 15w soldering iron, 20w soldering iron, and 25w blowtorch etc.


5- What is DC soldering iron?

The blowtorch used on battery power is called DC blowtorch. Most DC soldering is used on 12-volt DCs, but due to the availability of electricity, very few mechanics use the DC soldering machine. Although most mechanics do use 5w DC blowtorch for mobile repairing work for better work.


6- How many parts of soldering iron are there?

Almost all of the same parts are applied in AC blowtorch or DC blowtorch. Below we are talking about soldering iron parts used in a general soldering machine.

(A)- Power cord of soldering machine:- 

Similar to all the equipment, a power cord is applied to the power supply to the soldering machine. This cord contains a plug which is installed in the power board. DC socket pin is inserted in the power cord of the DC Soldering machine.

(B)- Soldering machine handles:-

When the soldering machine is supplied, its quill is heated. As the quill is heated, the beetle of the soldering and the body is both hot, which is impossible to catch. Therefore, plastic or wood handles are used to hold the blowtorch in the hand while soldering.

(C)- A beat of blowtorch:- 

The texture of blowtorch is large so that no circuit can be soldered. Therefore, according to the circular to be done, a beet is applied to the coil of the soldering machine. This beat is sharp and the work of the building is done by melting the soldering wire at the tip of the beet.

(D)- blowtorch quilts:- 

The shots on which the soldering wires are melted and soldering are done on the pointing nail are called beats, but the quail is used to heat the beet. Supply is supplied only in the quay, which makes it hot and through this also the shoulder beet gets heated.

(E)- Soldering Iron Body:-

The coil and the tightness of the soldering machine fitted on the sheet can be called a body of a soldering machine or a cabinet.

7- How many types of blowtorch are based on the texture?


  • On the basis of texture, the blowtorch is of the following 2 types.

(A)- Close Body Soldering Iron:-

This type of blowtorch is a coiled fix and does not seem to have a body in it. Simply put, both the body and the body of the clove body blowtorch are the same and they can not be separated separately.

Even in simpler terms, the body which does not have a body in a rolling machine is called close body blowtorch. However, this handling, handles, beats and power cords are present.

The coil and beet of this type of blowtorch are mostly in round shape and this same machine is used in the work of mobile repairing.

(2)- Open Body blowtorch:-

This sort of soldering iron does not fix the quail and it also has a separate body. That means the screw of the open-body blowtorch can be opened and its cavity and body can be separated.

The coil and beet of this sort of blowtorch are mostly square, and it is used to do the work of soldering on most large circuits. Except for mobile mechanics, this kind of soldering machine can be seen by the rest of the electrical mechanic, especially the TV mechanic.

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