Ultrasonic Hand Solderer

Solder metal components.

What does an Ultrasonic Hand Solderer do?

Solders metal components, using electric-ultrasonic soldering equipment: Positions component in fixture. Preheats joint area to temperature above solder melting point, using oxy-fuel torch. Turns dials to set intensity and duration of ultrasonic impulse, according to work order specifications. Pushes button to turn on electric-ultrasonic equipment. Fills joint with solder and positions ultrasonic horn on outside of joint to transfer energy impulse from equipment to workpiece, to bond solder and base metal.