Soldering Tips - Weller Compatible

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C-3036-7 700°F screwdriver 3.2mm 10 $34.80
C-3036-8 800°F screwdriver 3.2mm 10 $34.80
C-3036-9 900°F screwdriver 3.2mm 10 $34.80
C-3039-7 700°F screwdriver 1.6mm 10 $34.80
C-3039-8 800°F screwdriver 1.6mm 10 $34.80
C-3040-7 700°F screwdriver 2.4mm 10 $34.80
C-3040-8 800°F screwdriver 2.4mm 10 $34.80
C-3100-7 700°F screwdriver 0.8mm 10 $34.80
C-3100-8 800°F screwdriver 0.8mm 10 $34.80
C-462-7 700°F conical 0.8mm 10 $34.80
C-462-8 800°F conical 0.8mm 10 $34.80
C-494-7 700°F long conical 0.4mm 10 $34.80
C-494-8 800°F long conical 0.4mm 10 $34.80
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Replacement soldering tips for Weller stations WTCPT, WTCPTD, WTCPTFE, WTCPN and WTCPS, and Weller hand pieces TC201T and TC201FE. Comparable to Weller's PT series of tips. See cross references or data sheets for tip-to-tip referencing.

Plato's C tip series are designed to hold a specific temperature. The temperature rating of each tip is indicated in the part number:
  • -7 = 700°F / 370°C
  • -8 = 800°F / 425°C
  • -9 = 900°F / 480°C
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

C-3036-7 700°F screwdriver

Cross Reference: Weller PTC7 10  Units/Case

700°F screwdriver

C-3036-8 800°F screwdriver

Cross Reference: Weller PTC8 10  Units/Case

800°F screwdriver

C-3036-9 900°F screwdriver

Cross Reference: Weller PTC9 10  Units/Case

900°F screwdriver

C-3039-7 700°F screwdriver

Cross Reference: Weller PTA7, Weller PTR7 10  Units/Case

700°F screwdriver

C-3039-8 800°F screwdriver

Cross Reference: Weller PTA8, Weller PTR8 10  Units/Case

800°F screwdriver

C-3040-7 700°F screwdriver

Cross Reference: Weller PTB7 10  Units/Case

700°F screwdriver

C-3040-8 800°F screwdriver

Cross Reference: Weller PTB8 10  Units/Case

800°F screwdriver

C-3100-7 700°F screwdriver

Cross Reference: Weller PTH7, Weller PTJ7 10  Units/Case

700°F screwdriver

C-3100-8 800°F screwdriver

Cross Reference: Weller PTH8, Weller PTJ8 10  Units/Case

800°F screwdriver

C-462-7 700°F conical

Cross Reference: Weller PTP7, Weller PTT7 10  Units/Case

700°F conical

C-462-8 800°F conical

Cross Reference: Weller PTP8 10  Units/Case

800°F conical

C-494-7 700°F long conical

Cross Reference: Weller PTS7 10  Units/Case

700°F long conical

C-494-8 800°F long conical

Cross Reference: Weller PTS8, Weller PTT8 10  Units/Case

800°F long conical


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