Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services


Curie point soldering systems

10 October 2018 Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services

For many years, due to patent restrictions, only one company in the world was able to manufacture and market high-quality hand soldering systems using Curie point technology.

However, several years ago the patents held by this company, OK International/Metcal, expired and a group of former employees, including a previous president and the managing director of manufacturing and development operations, started a new company called Thermaltronics, which now offers this technology at competitive prices.

Using their experience, the development team not only found ways to improve manufacturing efficiency but also add several new features and benefits to existing systems and tip cartridges which enhance quality, performance and reliability. As an example, the design of the TMT-9000 flagship product incorporates an enhanced grounding system for safety, an exterior mounted fuse for easy maintenance, and several improvements to the handpiece not found in competitor systems.

The Thermaltronics products are compatible/interchangeable with any of the original OK International/Metcal systems/ cartridges.

For more information contact Zetech, +27 11 609 1244, zorlianski@zetech.co.za, www.zetech.co.za



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