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OK has announced the launch of the MFR-1300 desoldering system, part of its next generation of standalone desoldering equipment, which incorporates a new design that allows the handpiece to be used in two configurations.

This enables the user to swap the grip on the handpiece from the standard pencil-grip to a pistol-grip style, making the MFR-1300 suitable for a variety of applications.

The MFR-1300’s power supply features an internal pump that provides 0.7 bar (21in/Hg) of vacuum-suction force, combined with Smartheat Technology for response and control.

This feature ensures that through–hole desoldering is as simple and that products are safe from damage, according to the company.

To read more about the MFR-1300’s technical specifications, click here.

To watch a video of the desoldering system in action, click here.

Key specifications

  • Dual-switchable output enables user to operate one or two different handpieces
  • Replaceable collection chamber
  • Reduced downtime
  • Quicker changeover

OK International

OK International has been a leading manufacturer of tools for the electronics assembly work bench for more than 60 years.

OK International traces its roots back to 1946, when it specialised in precision machining of metal parts primarily for the defence industry. In 1996, OK acquired Metcal and Techcon Systems. These acquisitions, along with becoming part of Dover Corporation in November 2000, served to strengthen OK's core competencies in the manufacturing and development of soldering systems.

OK International now serves the needs of the electronics assembly market (under the Metcal brand for premium soldering and array package rework systems, and the OKi brand for mainstream soldering, convection rework, fume extraction and fluid dispensing products) and other industries through our Techcon Systems brand for precision fluid dispensing.

OK International also offers a technology called SmartHeat® Soldering. Unlike conventional soldering irons, SmartHeat® administers heat directly from the heater to the joint, which guarantees total temperature control. To solder a component onto a PCB, it is essential to use the correct level of thermal energy to produce the best quality solder joint.

Headquartered in California, and with global offices in the UK and China, we partner with more than 100 leading local distributors worldwide. 

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