Soldering Tips - 3/16" Pace Compatible

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33-1144 Screwdriver 0.8mm 10 $62.80
33-1658 Screwdriver 4.8mm 10 $62.80
33-3982 Angled SMD, micro 0.4mm 10 $69.50
33-5894 Bevel 3.2mm 10 $62.80
33-5895 SMD flow tip 3.4mm 10 $71.40
33-6056 Screwdriver 1.5mm 10 $62.80
33-6057 Screwdriver 2.4mm 10 $62.80
33-6058 Screwdriver 3.2mm 10 $63.00
33-8141 Point 0.4mm 10 $65.00
33-8142 Conical 0.8mm 10 $65.00
SMP-2004 Knife 6.3mm 10 $144.70
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Soldering tips for Pace PS-90, PS-80, SP-2, and IR-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

33-1144 Screwdriver

Cross Reference: Pace 1121-0359 10  Units/Case


33-1658 Screwdriver

Cross Reference: Pace 1121-0358, Pace 1121-0531 10  Units/Case


33-3982 Angled SMD, micro

Cross Reference: Pace 1121-0526 10  Units/Case

Angled SMD, micro

33-5894 Bevel

Cross Reference: Pace 1121-0406 10  Units/Case


33-5895 SMD flow tip

Cross Reference: Pace 1121-0490 10  Units/Case

SMD flow tip

33-6056 Screwdriver

Cross Reference: Pace 1121-0414 10  Units/Case


33-6057 Screwdriver

Cross Reference: Pace 1121-0360 10  Units/Case


33-6058 Screwdriver

Cross Reference: Pace 1121-0337 10  Units/Case


33-8141 Point

Cross Reference: Pace 1121-0357 10  Units/Case


33-8142 Conical

Cross Reference: Pace 1121-0336 10  Units/Case


SMP-2004 Knife

Cross Reference: N/A 10  Units/Case



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