Weller 9400PKS 120V Dual Heat 140/100W Soldering Gun
We will try to keep these in stock, but many times these items are being drop shipped to our facility for inspection. We will then send the product on to you. This could delay the time it takes to receive the items by 5 days to 2 weeks. We have decided it was best to make sure it checks out OK before having it go out to you. Contact us for ETAs before or after purchase, because we always have them coming in.
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
|Included Components||Sample solder, Owner manual, 3 tips, Solder gun, Hex wrench, Storage case|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||11.02 x 2.76 x 12.2 inches|
Soldering Gun Kit
Comes with an assortment of high quality, genuine Weller tips that are optimally used for heavy-duty soldering, cutting, and smoothing applications.
3 energy-conserving LEDs create bright and heatless spotlight for accurate application illumination with no tip shadow.
LEDs switch on when trigger is pressed, off when trigger is released.
Weller’s shadow-free LED lighting is patent-pending.
Speedy 6 second heat-up time.
Pull the trigger halfway, the gun’s heater delivers 140 Watts.
Pulled the trigger all the way, it delivers 100 Watts.
Soft grip surface prevents slipping.
Fits comfortably in the hand to reduce hand fatigue.
Balanced housing for ease of positioning.
Hex wrench is stored in the grip for quick and easy tip change.
Weller's 9400PKS soldering gun comes packaged in a portable storage case and with an assortment of high quality, genuine Weller tips that are optimally used for heavy-duty soldering, cutting, and smoothing applications including those involving: heat sinks, ground plans, metal art, and plumbing.
Soldering wire connections should be < 4AWG ⌀ 0.20."
The 9400PKS is also acceptable for use on hobby models, small appliances, small engine repairs, crafts, audio systems, electrical, marine, jewelry, and automotive.
This gun is not recommended for use on micro-components, electronic kits, low voltage wiring, PCBs, radio-controlled devices, or indoor lighting.
Caution: not to be used for temperature or static-sensitive devices.
In the soldering industry, the name Weller carries a lot of weight. Carl Weller patented the the first hand-soldering tool in 1941. Today, Weller tools play a role in the manufacturing of electronic innovations around the world.
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You may return an item in new condition with no questions asked for 13 days after confirmed delivery.