We all know that manual welding uses a cleaning function, so that the quality of the welding can be guaranteed. The equipment needs regular cleaning and maintenance to extend its life and serve us for a long time. Generally, automatic soldering machines have automatic cleaning functions.
What is the automatic cleaning function? Automatic cleaning is that the automatic soldering machine can complete the cleaning by itself without the help of external force during the welding work. Usually automatic soldering machines are automatically cleaned in three ways: air blowing, water washing, and copper brushing.
The air cleaning method is a welding cleaning method currently adopted. The automatic soldering machine comes with an air blowing program. When welding, the air blowing program is set in advance. It is connected to a soldering iron head through a hose to automatically solder When the machine is running normally, it will complete the blowing and cleaning according to the program we set in advance. The air cleaning method is relatively simple and trouble-free, but requires better tin fluidity and less impurities, so the cleaning effect is better.
Water washing also requires that we set the cleaning program in advance when soldering. When the automatic soldering machine works normally, the soldering iron head will automatically move to the cleaner through the control of the program. The washer is a device containing water. It consists of a small motor and a sponge. The motor drives the sponge to complete the cleaning.
Although the copper brush is a relatively rare cleaning method, it can also be encountered in practical situations. The cleaning device of the copper brush is similar to the water washing device, but the sponge is replaced with a copper brush, and no water is required. The copper brush is used when the sticky tin wire generates more impurities.
Each cleaning method has different effects for different situations, so when choosing an automatic soldering machine, we must consider the actual situation to choose a cleaning method, so as to improve the quality and efficiency of welding.