We are pleased to announce the appointment of ADL Prozesstechnik as our new distributor, who will primarily distribute Stannol products for the eastern states of Germany. The Berlin-based company has years of experience in the field of soldering agents and is the ideal addition to our team of distribution partners. "We appreciate the ADL experts' deep expertise in all aspects of our products and look forward to future cooperation," emphasises Thomas Kolossa, Sales Manager at Stannol. ADL Prozesstechnik will distribute Stannol's core product range: solder wire, solder bars, solder paste and solder flux.
The Spanish company Ibil Laser has already been part of Stannol's distributor team since the beginning of 2021. Now the two companies have further deepened their partnership: With immediate effect, Stannol will take over the brokerage of Ibil tooling such as solder frames, stencils and other customised assembly fixtures in Germany. "We are pleased to further expand our cooperation with Ibil Laser and to be able to offer our customers toolings with an excellent price-performance ratio," explains Thomas Kolossa, Sales Manager at Stannol. Ibil Laser has been developing and producing customised toolings for the assembly of SMD components since 2010.
W. Kolb Fertigungstechnik GmbH has already been a permanent member of Stannol's customer base since 2019. The Willich-based company, which counts around 180 employees, has been manufacturing electronic assemblies for customers from a wide range of industries for about 30 years. In spring 2022, Kolb switched its entire THT production to Stannol's sustainable greenconnect range. Mike Prince works in production engineering at Kolb. In this interview, he explains how the change from conventional solders to greenconnect solders and fluxes worked out.
The EF160 Bio PV flux is the latest member of Stannol's sustainable greenconnect product family. Especially developed for the use in the photovoltaic module industry, the No-Clean flux meets all requirements of the industry.
The 5-channel temperature profile measuring device developed by Stannol offers the possibility to set up and monitor soldering processes cost-effectively and reliably. Our Thermologger 5000 has now been equipped with new software that further facilitates the use of the device. For example, the user interface has been modernised – it can now be used intuitively.
Sustainability is playing an increasingly important role in industry today. In order to continue to do this topic proper in the future, STANNOL GmbH & Co. KG will develop and promote further actions. Therefore we will successively switch to recycled plastics in the choice of materials for the solder wire spools…
What started more than 5 years ago in 2015 as an idea of Fairlötet e.V., has developed into a product with high customer acceptance: A flux cored solder wire based on secondary tin, manufactured in Germany in a sustainable, fair and CO2 neutral way!
Our first fully electric company car has been delivered.
Four charging points were installed at the same time.
Our goal is to reduce the average CO2 emission of the STANNOL car fleet by >30% from 145 g/km to below 100 g/km until 2022.
STANNOL is prepared for the current challenge around the corona virus and has taken a lot of measures to protect the health of the employees and to ensure the ability to deliver to our customers.
Soft soldering of aluminium and aluminium alloys is not possible with conventional soldering wires. The newly developed STANNOL ALU1 solder wire solves this challenge with a flux specially optimized for soft soldering aluminium. The ALU1 takes the soldering of aluminium to the next generation.
Stannol in collaboration with the FairLötet initiative presents the first fair solder wire. The idea for a fair tin solder that is produced without exploitation of people and environmental damage originated in the summer of...