Induction Soldering Stations

The Curie point is a point with a certain temperature at which the ferromagnetic alloy loses its properties. The Curie point has its own individual value for each ferromagnetic alloy. In physics and materials science, the Curie temperature or Curie point determines the temperature at which the ferromagnetic material becomes paramagnetic

Soldering stations Thermaltronics
The basic part of the Thermaltronics soldering system is the cartridge, which is the heating element and the tip at the same time. The principle of operation of soldering stations is based on induction heating of the cartridge, which is made of copper with a ferromagnetic coating. In Thermaltronics soldering stations, an induction coil is located directly on the tip of the cartridge, where a permanently acting alternating magnetic field is created. The cartridge temperature is adjusted by changing the Curie point of the ferromagnetic alloy tip. At the moment of contact of the tip with the soldering point, its temperature changes depending on the heat capacity of the soldered joint, after which energy is replenished with a magnetic field to stabilize the temperature at the Curie point
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