Rechargeable Soldering Iron Spotlighted by HSGM

Press Release
Thursday, October 04, 2012

HSGM, Inc. highlights the Type B 50 Set for the Engel Rechargeable Soldering Iron, giving up to 350 solders per charge.

The tool, which is about the size of an electric toothbrush, heats up in nine seconds and uses rechargeable Ni-MH batteries. It has a tip temperature of about 662° F and provides up to 350 solders per charge, depending on the type of solder and tip that is used.

The Type B 50 Set, which is engineered and assembled in Germany, also features a safety knob to prevent accidental operation, lights to illuminate the soldering area and comes with a charger, three tips, screwdriver, sample coil solder and a cleaning sponge for the tip.

HSGM GmbH, a division of the Engel Group in Walluf, Germany, is a world-recognized manufacturer of heat cutting equipment and machines. The U.S. office, HSGM, Inc., is located at Hwy. 290 in Duncan, S.C. (USA) and consist of both a sales office and a warehouse/distribution center.

 

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