– Inverter pulse heat welder process is an equipment used for soldering of electronic components or welding of plastic components.

– It consists of a reflow head, which hold downs the component and applies the force, and pulse heat power supply, which flows the electric current.

– Pulse head is an instantaneous heating method whereby heating is affected only when melting the solder or the plastic. Solder or plastic is melted by the resistance heat generated by flowing electric current to a heater tip/heater tool made of metal. Once the material is melted, electric current is stopped and cooled.

– Because the object is held down with pressure until it is solidified, there is no lifting or shifting of parts, and as a result, highly reliable joining can be achieved.

Pulse Heat Process
Temperature Profile

– With high frequency control technology, the temperature control accuracy and heating speed is significantly higher than AC welder

– Heat Temperature control: +/-5C, Rise time to setting: 0.2 ~ 1.0 s

– Up to 9 step heating function flexibility

– Output 3 points temperature signals for real time heating process control

– 3 triggering methods for welding start: room temperature, preheat, and external analog input

– Most suitable for LCD flex-PCB, metal wire, enameled wire or hand tin welding of hot pressing. And heating of plasticity plastic joint.

For Further Details Please Contact Our Specialist Below


Kenny Ang