Re: Solder fume extractor
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A muffin fan and a charcoal car filter cut to size is cheaper?
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What I use is the Weller WSA350 benchtop smoke absorber, about a hundred dollars at Techni-Tool. It plugs into a 110V outlet and fits easily on the workbench. It draws the smoke into a replaceable activated charcoal filter.
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Subject: [4SQRP] Solder fume extractor
I am looking to get a solder fume extractor. Is there a consensus on the best one to use for occasional work on kits? Thanks and 73,
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