- High-vacuum spring-operated desoldering pump removes solder from printed circuit boards
- Teflon (PTFE) nonstick coating tip and cushioned shock reduction minimize board damage
- Corrosion-resistant spring and insulated vacuum pulse provide long life
- Regulated return of 1 millisecond + or - 30% and uniform reset pressure of 11 inch-pounds + or - 20%
- Corrosion-resistant plastic body is 13" long
Jonard DP-100 High Vacuum Desoldering Pump, 13" Length
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|Brand Name||Jonard Tools|
|Item Weight||4.64 ounces|
|Number of Items||1|
|Overall Length||13 inches|
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The Jonard Dp-100 high-vacuum spring-operated desoldering pump removes solder from printed circuit boards. The Teflon (PTFE) nonstick coated tip and cushioned shock reduction minimize board damage. The corrosion-resistant spring and an insulated vacuum pulse provide long life. The pump has a regulated return of 1 millisecond + or - 30% and uniform reset pressure of 11 inch-pounds + or - 20%. It has a 13" long corrosion-resistant plastic body.
Jonard Industries manufactures hand tools for telecom, fiber optics, and electronic industries. The company, founded in 1958 and headquartered in Tuckahoe, NY, complies with Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directives.
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1) I noticed it was losing suction after a few uses and I opened it up and realized the o-ring didn't fit that tight and was only lightly coated with oil. I recoated it with plumber's silicon grease (Vaseline would probably work too) and it has worked great ever since. I put it on my hand and I could feel it suck my skin in the nozzle (it's pretty powerful, but didn't seem so powerful that it would cause damage or anything). So clean and regrease if you ever have problems.
2) The solder HAS TO BE HOT. I found that the best way was to apply heat, melt the solder, and then while my iron is still in the edge of the solder put the nozzle of the pump in the solder (pushing the soldering iron tip out of the way) and fire it immediately. The nozzle seems to withstand heat well and has shown no sign of heat damage. The technique took a little getting use to, but once I got it it was easy. Better than always buying tons of solder wick.
3) When I was doing some research on them I came across a youtube video showing this one. So if you'd like to see it used and the size, technique etc. here's the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aw4lZGk90i4
First impressions were that is was huge! Change is difficult. And I missed the handy size of my earlier tools. But this works so much better and can do things lesser solder suckers cannot dream of. I am still using the original tip, which I notched to fit OVER the tip of my soldering iron all those years ago. When used like this, it clears solder incredibly well. Also it is still going strong, compared to the 1 year lifespan I got out of the small, sub $10.00 solder suckers.
FYI, if you depress the plunger all the way in and press the button, it locks the device into a more compact size for carry/travel.
However, this is definitely not for production work. After about 200 uses, the plastic clip which holds the spring to the plunger breaks, rendering the unit unusable. Replacements aren't available.
Issue number two is that the plastic tip wears extremely quickly. While replacements are available, they really shouldn't melt so quickly.
It wouldn't take much to fix these issues and make this a five-star review.
Ordered on June 29th,2013. Have used it probably 10 times, went to use it again, and plastic pieces shot out of the back of the unit spring unit and hit me in the face.
To bad my warranty expired AUG 10TH, 2013. I guess I am lucky I was wearing glasses, so I did not loose an eye.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have had several different solder suckers and this one is by far the worst. It worked well the first couple times I used it but now jams every time I use it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by BbReview
Have had two. First one died after a year of light use (broke at plunger). The tip on this one often pops off when pressing the plunger. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Warren
I used this style pump for 30 years in the steel mill. You can take them apart to clean. It sucks the solder joint dry. Read morePublished 10 months ago by John P. Kucia
Works great and had the right price. Cleans the through hole very good when you figure the correct angle of approachPublished on January 19, 2014 by cbotkin