Desoldering Tips - 3/16" Pace Compatible

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30-0400 Desoldering Tip 1.0mm ID x 2.2mm OD 10 $74.80
30-050 Desoldering Tip 1.3mm ID x 2.4mm OD 10 $182.30
30-0600 Desoldering Tip 1.5mm ID x 2.9mm OD 10 $77.40
30-0900 Desoldering Tip 2.3mm ID x 4.8mm OD 10 $77.40
30-0401 Desoldering Tip 1mm ID x 2.3mm OD 10 $92.30
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Desoldering tips for Pace SX90, SX-80 and SX-70 stations. See cross references or data sheets for tip-to-tip referencing.
Plato is one of the largest manufacturers of soldering tips in the world, producing tips to fit all of the most popular soldering stations. The long life and fast heat recovery of Plato soldering tips increases user effectiveness and decreases production times.

Features & Benefits

  • Fast heat recovery increases soldering speed
  • Longer tip life reduces soldering cost by decreasing tip change overs

Product Dimensions

30-0400 Desoldering Tip

Cross Reference: Pace 1121-0342, Pace 1121-0367, Pace 1121-0463 10  Units/Case

Desoldering Tip

30-050 Desoldering Tip

Cross Reference: N/A 10  Units/Case

Desoldering Tip

30-0600 Desoldering Tip

Cross Reference: Pace 1121-0368, Pace 1121-0464 10  Units/Case

Desoldering Tip

30-0900 Desoldering Tip

Cross Reference: Pace 1121-0507 10  Units/Case

Desoldering Tip

30-0401 Desoldering Tip

Cross Reference: N/A 10  Units/Case

Desoldering Tip


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