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In electronics, desoldering is the removal of solder and components from a circuit board for troubleshooting, repair, replacement, and salvage.
Desoldering tools and materials include the following:
Heat guns, also called hot air guns
Heated soldering tweezers
Various picks and tweezers for tasks such as pulling at, holding, removing, and scraping components.
Vacuum and pressure pumps with specialized heater tips and nozzles
Rework stations, used to repair printed circuit board assemblies that fail factory test.
Terminology is not totally standardised. Anything with a base unit with provision to maintain a stable temperature, pump air in either direction, etc., is often called a "station" (preceded by rework, soldering, desoldering, hot air); one, or sometimes more, tools may be connected to a station, e.g., a rework station may accommodate a soldering iron and hot air head. A soldering iron with a hollow tip and a spring-, bulb-, or electrically-operated suction pump may be called a desoldering iron. Terms such as "suction pen" may be used; the meaning is usually clear from the context.