STANNOL (Shanghai) Co. Ltd.

Booth number E1.1831

www.stannol.de

Stannol is a leading global manufacturer of soldering materials

About us

STANNOL – SOLDER TECHNOLOGY SINCE 1879 MADE IN GERMANY
The company was founded on 10 May 1879 by the master plumber Wilhelm Paff who developed, manufactured and sold soldering fluid next to his craftsman activities.

In the 1950s Stannol started to develop products for electrical engineering and later also for the electronics industry.

On 1 July 2001, Karl-Heinz Dörr as former Managing Director took over Stannol-Lötmittelfabrik Wilhelm Paff GmbH & Co. KG, which in the meantime operates under the name of Stannol GmbH & Co. KG, in the course of a management buy-out. In 2017, Marco Dörr becomes managing director at his father's side and takes over most of his duties.

The product range includes solder, soldering wire, solder paste, solder flux, soldering irons and electronically controlled soldering stations and a comprehensive range of accessories.

Stannol – when it' about soldering.

Address
STANNOL (Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
505, Block 1, No. 515 Huanke Rd.
Shanghai
P.R. China

Phone: +86 21 58223768
Internet: www.stannol.de

Products and services

The product range includes solder, soldering wire, solder paste, solder flux, soldering irons and electronically controlled soldering stations and a comprehensive range of accessories.

solder flux

Liquid fluxes for wave and selective soldering.

Solder Flux
. alcohol based and waterbased flux
. halide and halide free flux
. organic and resin flux

solder wire

Solder wire for rework and repair and robotic soldering.

solder paste

Solder paste for electronic.

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