Friday, March 30, 2012

The EEV Blog's Soldering Tutorial Video: Fun, Informative Tips for Soldering Newbies

We've always got our eyes open for tutorials, tips, tricks and anything we think would make a great resource for our readers. We especially enjoy passing along solid soldering wisdom whenever we can.

The Electronics Engineering Video Blog has an extensive offering of excellent videos and other material. We recently discovered their EEVblog #180 Soldering Tutorial Part 1: Tools video hosted by David L. Jones:

Jones presents some excellent material about what kinds of tools you'll need to do basic soldering. He makes potentially boring information (for instance, his explanation of the different tip shapes and why they're useful) fun, entertaining, and memorable in a 27-minute-long video.

Speaking from his experience, he tells you what soldering tools you really need, which ones you should spend a lot of money on, and what brands are the best (we were particularly excited to see his recommendation of one of our favorites, the Hakko FX-888 Soldering Station). By the end of the video, you'll have an informed opinion of what tools you'll need to enter the wonderful world of soldering.

There are also two follow-up videos you'll want to check out. Part 2 shows you how to solder and Part 3 delves into the topic of Surface Mount work. We highly recommend a visit to the EEV Blog, which contains so much informative material you'll be browsing for days.

Check back with The Q Source Resource often for more tips, tricks, and tutorials. And if you find any that you want to share, please pass them along to us. For more information about Soldering Tools, please visit the Soldering & Desoldering Department at

Thursday, March 29, 2012

How to Protect Your Manufacturing Plant from the Hazards of Dangerous Chemicals: Guest Blog

Special thanks to our guest blogger, Lenard Cohen, President of Static Solutions

Companies seeking to avoid potential dangers to their workers, the environment, and ESD-sensitive components must consider a number of factors when weighing the benefits of high-quality ESD products and their cost. To help make this choice easier, the most important step should be to educate the engineers and buyers about the possible risks and how they can be avoided.

Education about the potential hazards will help to address the traditional conflicts every company faces:
  • The engineer wants to correct or prevent an ESD-caused problem
  • The buyer wants to purchase a material that meets functional specifications
  • The safety engineer, if there is one, must specify the safest material and focus on avoiding future litigation
The Clean Air Act Regulations & How to Address Them
Some of the aforementioned conflicts were made more challenging many years back when the EPA's Clean Air Act issued regulations to reduce 189 toxins. The affected products fall under both state and federal regulatory agencies (California and Massachusetts being very stringent).

The best way to address these toxins is by focusing on the two most important criteria:
  • The information presented in the Material Safety and Data Sheet (MSDS). Learning to read the MSDS is very important (if you don't know how to read one you're missing potentially vital information; such as if a particular product needs special precautions for application or disposal)
  • The Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) number for each product. It is important to keep the VOC number as low as possible to prevent contamination
What are the Sources of VOC
VOCs are most commonly found in the following areas:
  • Soldering: such as plating, solder, flux, stencil cleaners, and flux-removing solvents. Using lead-free solders (RoHS approved) has gained common acceptance. One of the concerns of using lead-free solder, though, is the higher operating temperatures, the need to use more aggressive solders, and whisker generation. There are exemptions from the EPA's regulations for the defense and hospital industries
  • Coatings: including ESD paints, isocyanates and other cross-linking agents, aziridines, ESD floor finishes, strippers, cleaners, and hand lotions
  • Materials: like ESD table and floor mats, finger cots, and smocks
  • Coalescent agents from floor finishes and free monomers from polymer binders
  • Phthalates used in common table floor mats and the chemicals used to clean the mats
  • Paraben-containing hand lotions: are not allowed for pregnant women
  • Floor finishes: should not have certain chemicals in their formulation, i.e., phthalates (Green formulations, that have undergone testing, are available from reputable sources)
  • Strippers: should not contain sodium hydroxide or Diethylene glycol monobutyl ether (DEGBE)
  • Table/floor mats: avoid those containing dioctyl phthalates, which are present in vinyls and lower cost rubber mats
Safeguarding Workers from VCMs
Volatile Condensing Materials (VCM) are also potentially harmful to workers, parts, and the environment. Here are the best ways to avoid the dangers:
  • Read the MSDS sheet fully
  • Call manufacturers and request hard core test data
  • Always use proper precautions when handling all ESD products (gloves, eyewear, exhausts)
  • Remember when using ESD products the aim is to:
    • Eliminate or prevent ESD caused failures
    • Create a safe environment (and avoid all potential fines)
    • Protect the worker (this will avoid any possible law suits)
  • Purchase from proven, reputable sources
Educating workers, engineers, and buyers will help to create a safe and compliant workplace and reduce the chance of employee injuries or legal action against the company. For further information about protecting and preparing your company to face dangerous chemical hazards please contact the experts at Q Source.

To learn more about Q Source's selection of Static Solution's static control, clean room, and maintenance products, or to place an order, please visit's Static Solutions section or contact us by phone (800-966-6020) or email.

Just Two Days Left to Get FREE Standard Shipping on Daylight Products

March may go out like a lamb, but with only two days left in our March Social Network Sale, this is no time to be sheepish. Getting FREE Standard Shipping on all Daylight products is a great way to close out the month.

As always, taking advantage of our Social Network Sale is super easy. Just visit our Facebook Welcome Page and make sure to "like" us. Once you've done that you'll get access to the coupon code that provides this incredible FREE Shipping deal.

Daylight Company's lighting solutions include the highest quality ESD-safe & standard illuminated magnifiers, task lights, light bulbs & tubes, and all the lighting accessories you need. features an extensive Daylight section with the best of Daylight's excellent lighting products.

With only two days left to get this money-saving FREE Standard Shipping offer, there's no time to delay. Visit us on Facebook, today.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

JBC Tools FAQ Answers Your Soldering Temperature Questions

Knowing the correct soldering temperature is important to completing a proper soldering job. Our friends at JBC Tools, manufacturer of quality, ESD-safe soldering/desoldering/rework products, created an FAQ to provide you with answers to your soldering temperature questions.

The Soldering Temperatures FAQ is a must-read (see below for a preview answer) and will help you make up your mind when purchasing a JBC Soldering Station:

Q. Will a JBC Tool allow me to solder at a lower temperature?
A. Yes, because JBC Tools tips have extremely fast thermal response. Slow thermal response means the tip doesn’t have the time to recover the temperature (especially if a series of solder joints are being performed). Non-JBC iron tips experience a significant drop in temperature as the tip transfers heat to the board. When the operator uses a higher temperature to combat slow response, it can result in shorter tip life and PCB/component damage.
JBC's Knowledge Base includes a lot of other great info…definitely worth a visit.

Q Source has been a JBC Tools distributor for years and offers 300 JBC products. So, if you're looking for a JBC Tools Soldering Stations, Desoldering Stations, Rework Stations, and more, please visit our Web site or give us a call (800-966-6020) or email and we'll help you find the right tool for your job.

Friday, March 23, 2012’s Featured Products Section: “Must-Have” Items at Excellent Prices

Have you visited’s Featured Products section yet? Featuring a frequently updated selection of quality product solutions, this section offers our best-sellers at excellent savings in a variety of categories.

This section of “must-have” items includes workbenches, gloves, soldering stations, label printers, and more. Our Featured Products currently consist of:
If you have any questions about any of these Featured Products, or any upcoming additions to the section, please contact us via phone (800-966-6020) or email and our helpful experts will be happy to assist you.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

IAC Wins Award; Touts New Workmaster™ Storage Cabinets

IAC Industries (IAC) announced that their D4 Lab Stations won the "Readers' Choice Award" from Laboratory Equipment Magazine. IAC also touted their new Workmaster Storage Cabinets.

IAC's Dimension 4 modular, multi-purpose workstations feature ergonomic comfort, an attractive look, and impressive storage capabilities. These quality workstations also boast a choice of power options and top-of-the-line LED lighting. The Dimension 4 Lab Station's flexible design and versatility for modern laboratory environments convinced Laboratory Equipment Magazine's readers to choose it as the award winner in the Casework/Lab Furniture category.

IAC's Director of Sales and Marketing, Matt McConnell, acknowledged that IAC has worked hard to create quality products for the laboratory market and they are very proud to have been honored by the readers. "We have increased our efforts in bringing our product line into the laboratory markets and Laboratory Equipment Magazine has been a great channel to accomplish this goal. Over the past few years our efforts of expanding our brand reach to the medical lab environment have proved successful with lab mentalities focusing more on a modular landscape. With the addition of fixed casework and cabinetry we believe we are well poised for IAC to become a recognized brand within the medical lab market," he said.

IAC's other exciting announcement was the release of their newest furniture solution, the Workmaster Storage Cabinet line. These quality cabinets are the latest addition to IAC's extensive line of technical, laboratory, and industrial furniture.

IAC Industries Workmaster Storage Cabinets

The Workmaster Storage Cabinets provide up to 25.9 cubic feet of storage at 56" tall and are available in either a 48" "Wide" series or the 30" "Narrow" series. Featuring durable, welded-steel construction, steel hardware, and a powder-coat paint finish (chip- and chemical-resistant), these versatile storage units are available in more than 80 drawer and cabinet combinations.

Further demonstrating their versatility and spaciousness, IAC's Workmaster Storage Cabinets are perfect for storing tools, instruments, engineering drawings, paint, chemicals, cleaning supplies, and more. With all of the available options, we're sure the Workmaster line of storage cabinets will keep you productive and organized.

As an IAC distributor, Q Source offers an extensive line of IAC industrial furniture solutions. If you can't find what you're looking for in the IAC Industries section of, please give us a call (800-966-6020) or send an email and we'll gladly help you find the IAC resources that are perfect for your needs.

IAC Industries is based in Brea, California. They manufacture quality technical furniture (production workbenches, workstations, and related products) for companies performing assembly, testing, repairs, inspection and related applications across a wide spectrum of industries.

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Industrial Seating ESD-Safe Chairs: Pioneering the Use of Conductive Fabrics for Static Control

If you’re in the market for quality chairs,’s selection of Industrial Seating models are available in a variety of styles, including ESD-safe. Industrial Seating takes ESD seriously and they are pioneers in using conductive fabrics.

Each ESD-safe chair from Industrial Seating is equipped with their conductive seat and back cushions, conductive metal parts, and their patented dual-resistance system. They also feature dual resistors in the vertical gas lift column, which are important for reducing the possibility of user injuries when the potential for electrical shock exists.

To learn more about Industrial Seating’s ESD-safe chairs, or to purchase your own models, please click on the link. Or you can give us a call (800-966-6020) or send an email and one of our helpful experts will gladly assist you with your seating needs.

Monday, March 19, 2012

Superior Security with Garrett Metal Detectors

Garrett SuperWand Hand-Held Metal Detector
Superior security requires superior technology and with's selection of Garrett Metal Detectors you're sure to find the solution to your security needs. From hand-held devices to walk-through scanners Garrett's 45 years in the metal detection industry provide users with the most advanced security tools available.

Visit to check out the Garrett SuperWand Hand-Held Metal Detector (which features a 360-degree detection field and tip pinpointing), the Garrett PD 6500i Series Walk-Through Metal Detector (with 30" clearance and 33 pinpoint zones), or any of the dozens of other Garrett items offered on our Web site.

For more information about our selection of metal detectors please contact us via phone (800-966-6020) or email.

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Clearing the Air About Fume Extraction

At, we carry a wide variety of products for fume extraction (such as the Hakko FA-400 and the recently blogged about, FA-430 Fume Extraction System). We understand that fume extraction is an important part of any soldering system and we thought providing our readers with a brief explanation of how fume extraction works would be a valued resource.

Our friends over at Hakko have created an excellent Tech Note about "The Purpose of Fume Extraction." We've edited this down to a few major points and highly recommend reading their full article at your leisure.

When soldering, harmful fumes containing gasses, aerosols, and particulate matter are created. Breathing in these dangerous fumes for an extended time can cause illness and irritation. As the article points out, both metallic and organic compounds are involved in the soldering process and the combination of those compounds, scorched board materials, and conformal coatings being heated are what lead to the potentially noxious fumes.

The main culprit, and what you really want to address when soldering, is flux smoke. There are several types of soldering flux and they create different fumes to extract.

The main varieties of flux are resin, no-clean, and water soluble. Each can create a different kind of irritant fumes.

Resin-based fluxes are the most popular and are usually made up of an organic compound (mainly, colophony, which is found in pine trees). The reaction of the acids in these fluxes can create irritation to the skin or eyes and sometimes other allergic reactions. Some resin-based fluxes contain chemical activators, which can cause further irritations.

No-clean fluxes can be organic or not, but most of them are more acidic than resin-based fluxes, and therefore, produce more potentially irritating fumes. Solder smoke from no-clean fluxes is based on the breakdown of alcohols and typically can contain acetone, terpenes, and formaldehyde among others.

Water-soluble fluxes usually contain carboxylic acids, which are organic, and a detergent. Both elements can create irritating fumes.

As we can see, most fluxes are made up of some type of organic material, and it is the breakdown of those materials under heat that causes the potentially dangerous fumes during the soldering process. Acids in fluxes can also react with oxides on the boards being soldered and also lead to fumes.

To provide protection during the soldering process, it seems obvious that the use of fume extraction systems not only makes sense, but should be a standard component of every work area where soldering will take place. can help you find a fume extraction system to suit your needs. We also offer a large selection of soldering/desoldering products to build the perfect system for your workplace. Visit our Web site to make a purchase or do more research. Or, as always, give us a call (800-966-6020) or send us an email and let our experts know what you’re looking for.

Friday, March 16, 2012

R&R Lotion ESD-Safe Bottles & Dispensers: Static Control for Your Dispensing & Storage Needs

ESD control on the job and in the workplace requires addressing every potential source of static. R&R Lotion's line of ESD-safe Bottles and Dispensers helps you address an area of static control that could go without a second thought.

R&R takes ESD-safety seriously and has created a new process for creating their ESD-safe bottles and dispensers. Each one is molded of polyethylene in a process that utilizes a concentrate free of any Ethoxylated Tertiary Amine (which is commonly used as an anti-static agent).

R&R makes a variety of ESD-Safe Pump Dispensers,
including standard & anti-splash pumps

Featuring an average surface resistivity of 109 to 1010 Ω/square, the ability to dissipate a static charge of ±5000V in less than two seconds (at 40% relative humidity), and no chemical reactivity with solvents like TCE or alcohol, R&R Lotion's ESD-safe bottles and dispensers do not have the less desirable characteristics seen with surfactant-laden materials. Tests conducted also showed that the pH of deionized water solutions remained the same before and after a seven-day period and that no color or physical changes were observed during solvent tests.

R&R Lotion's SCB-16-ESD & SCB-32-ESD
ESD-Safe Spray Bottles

R&R Lotion ESD-safe Bottles and Dispensers are available in a variety of sizes, shapes, and dispensing types including:
Flux Dispensers from R&R

Take a closer look at R&R's complete line of ESD-safe bottles with our Flickr photo set and check back with us soon for an upcoming "On the Bench" video focusing on these quality containers. carries all the bottles and dispensers from R&R Lotion and a wide selection of industrial hand lotions, sunscreens, and more. Visit our site to place an order or contact us via phone (800-966-6020) or email for more information.

R&R Lotion's ESD-Safe Bottles & Dispensers on Flickr

R&R Lotion makes a wide assortment of ESD-safe bottles and dispensers, designed for cleanroom and electronics manufacturing, but suitable just about anywhere. They offer many sizes and a variety of dispenser styles, including 90-degree stem and yorker top bottles; flux needles, brushes, and pens; spray and mister bottles; as well as standard and anti-splash pumps dispensers.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Brady Offering FREE BMP®51 Label Maker Sample Label Package

Brady's new BMP®51 Label Maker features a large, clear display; fast print speeds; built-in, easy-to-use label design applications; and it is perfect for a variety of jobs including datacomm, electrical, facility, and lab labeling. Brady is so sure that you'll be completely impressed with the quality of the BMP51 that they are offering a FREE sample package* of labels created with the BMP51 Label Maker.

The FREE label sample package includes:
  • Various wire & cable marking labels
  • Indoor/outdoor vinyl
  • Vial & slide labels
  • Patch panel & terminal block labels
  • Rating plate & component labels
  • And more
To learn about, and purchase, all of the BMP51 products please visit our Brady BMP51 Label Maker Department. Our helpful experts are also available via phone (800-966-6020) or email to answer your questions or take your order.

* This FREE sample label offer is available to U.S./Canada residents who are employed by a distributor or manufacturing company and are 21 years of age or older.

FREE Standard Shipping on Daylight Products – Our March Social Network Sale is Too Great to Ignore

The Ides of March are upon us…but don't be afraid…there's still plenty of time to take advantage of Q Source's March Social Network Sale. This month we're offering FREE Standard Shipping on all Daylight products.

It's easy to gain access to this great deal, just visit our Facebook Welcome Page and "like" us (if you haven't already). And that's it…now you'll get the exclusive coupon code that lets you see great savings on shipping.

Daylight Company's high-quality lighting solutions include task lights, light bulbs & tubes, ESD-safe & standard illuminated magnifiers, and a wide selection of lighting accessories. In's Daylight section you’ll find an excellent choice of these superior lighting products.

FREE Standard Shipping is a great way to save money and all you have to do is "like" us on Facebook to start saving today. So, beware, it would be a tragedy to ignore a great deal like this.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

The Hakko FA-430 Fume Extraction System: A Quiet & Powerful Solution for a Contamination-Free Work Area

When working at a soldering station there is a potential for the creation of dangerous fumes—you'll need a fume extraction system to remove contamination from the air. Hakko's FA-430 Fume Extraction System (Hakko's quieter and more compact replacement for their discontinued HJ3100 Fume Extraction System) is the perfect choice.

The Hakko FA-430 Fume Extraction System is ESD-safe and features 3 airflow settings (low, medium, and high) and a built-in filter replacement notification function (the system detects fan speed and notifies the operator that it's time to replace the filters via lights on the front panel). The two interior filters (a pre-filter and a main filter) use three filtering stages to remove contaminants from the air and return the purified air to the work area with a filtering efficiency of 98% @ 0.3μm.

The FA-430 Fume Extraction System is a vastly improved unit compared to the HJ3100 it replaces. Boasting quieter operation (44 dB vs. 59 dB), lower power consumption (120 W vs. 350 W), and a lighter, compact footprint (16.5 lb. vs. 18 lb.) the FA-430 is a powerful solution to fighting contaminated air for your soldering applications.

Other improved features and benefits of the Hakko FA-430 include:
  • Max. airflow: 1 port: 4.1 m3/min (145 cfm), 2 ports: 4.7 m3/min (167 cfm)
  • Dimensions: 13" W x 14.4" H x 13.5" D (330 mm x 366 mm x 343 mm)
  • Static pressure: 1500 Pa (0.44 in. Hg)
  • Motor Type: Brushless
The FA-430 is compatible with existing HJ3100 duct kits or the new free-standing ducts kits (model numbers C1571 and C1572—duct kits not included). The unit uses its own main (A1586) and pre (A1585) replacement filters.

You can learn more about the Hakko FA-430 Fume Extraction System by watching our introduction video at YouTube (above) or by reading our Q Source Resource preview blog.

To purchase your own FA-430, please visit or give us a call at 800-966-6020. You can also send us an email with any questions and one of our knowledgeable experts will be happy to help you.

Monday, March 12, 2012

Excelta's Lazer Line Cutters: Laser-Made for Precision (and Coolness)

Everyone knows lasers are cool. But what about an industrial cutter created with the help of a laser? Excelta's Lazer Line™ cutters are made with laser technology and advanced CNC machining to achieve their finest grade premium quality.

Built with U.S.-made ball-bearing steel and laser cut for consistency, Excelta's Lazer Line cutters are also created to be extremely durable through induction hardening (to 64 - 65 RHC). These impressive cutters are perfect for use in the electronics and bio-medical industries.

Earning Excelta's 5-Star rating (their finest premium cutter), the Lazer Line cutters are available in various lengths, cutting capacities, and head shapes (Medium Round Head Cutters, Medium Round/Relieved Head Cutters, Medium Tapered Head Cutters, Medium Tapered/Relieved Head Cutters). Each cutter also features Excelta's super-duty stainless steel leaf springs. features a fine selection of Excelta's ESD-safe Lazer Line cutters. Place your order online through our Web site. Or, you can give us a call (800-966-6020) or send us an email for further information. Our expert staff will help you select the right Lazer Line cutter for your application.

Friday, March 9, 2012

Hakko FA-430 Fume Extractor Intro with Noise Sample: "On the Bench" Video

The Hakko FA-430 (FA430-16) Fume Extraction System is a compact, quiet fume extractor that features three airflow settings and a built-in filter replacement notification function. The FA-430 Fume Extractor is compatible with existing Hakko HJ3100 duct kits or the NEW free-standing duct kits: C1571 Rectangular Nozzle and C1572 Round Nozzle duct kits. This intro "On the Bench" video highlights all the best features of the Hakko FA-430 Fume Extraction System and also provides a sample of the sound it produces (not intended to indicate volume).

Be sure to look for more "On the Bench" videos on and on our YouTube channel.

Q Source's TechCenter Aims for Better Educated Customers

Have you visited's TechCenter recently? Providing detailed, technical information on some of our most popular products, the TechCenter is frequently updated with the specifications you need to make informed purchasing decisions.

The TechCenter currently features an important overview of 3M Static Shielding Bags; several pages focused on Brady label printers, ribbons & labels, and software; and a detailed materials chart for Swanstrom's M-Series Medical-Grade Cutters. Each section contains the facts you need to choose the right product solution for your tasks.

Our 3M TechCenter section was created to help you understand the differences of the various Static Shielding Bags we carry. Learn about Metal-In, Metal-Out, Reclosable Zip Top, and Puncture-Resistant bags and their specific applications.

Brady creates excellent label-making printers, software, and accessories. Our Brady TechCenter sections provide comparisons of the BMP®21, IDXPERT™, BMP®53, & BMP®71 Portable Label Printers; the upgrades of the BMP®21 as compared to the LABPAL™ & IDPAL™ Printers; everything you need to know about the BMP®53 Label Maker; how to select the right BMP®71 Labels; and what features are available in the different versions of Brady’s LabelMark™ 5 Software.

Swanstrom's M-Series Medical-Grade Cutters are available in such a variety of head shapes, cutting edges, handles, and made to cut such a wide range of hard-wire materials, that we wanted to make it as easy as possible for you to select the correct model for your needs. Our Material Cutting Chart gives you a great look at the compatibility of each cutter with several materials.

So, come visit's TechCenter and read our excellent, detailed articles. We'll keep adding more articles to help you learn as much as you can about every product. If there are products you'd like to see the TechCenter focus on please contact us and let us know.

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Hakko FT-801 Thermal Wire Stripper Introduction: "On the Bench" Video

The Hakko FT-801 (FT801-02) Thermal Wire Stripper is an ergonomic, ESD-safe, digital thermal wire stripper with a compact size that minimizes bench space. Featuring digital power control, a 3-digit password security setting, and a redesigned ergonomic hand piece, the FT-801 is a perfect addition to your Hakko soldering/desoldering system. This intro "On the Bench" video highlights all the best features of the Hakko FT-801 Thermal Wire Stripper.

Be sure to look for more "On the Bench" videos on and on our YouTube channel.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

PanaVise 381 Vacuum Base Vise Introduction: "On the Bench" Video

The PanaVise Combo Model 381 Vacuum Base with Standard PanaVise Head attaches quickly to any smooth, non-porous flat surface and is perfect for electronics, hobbies, and small home repairs. Excellent for portable applications, the PanaVise 381 comes with the 380 Vacuum Base which is compatible with all 300 Series heads. This intro "On the Bench" video highlights all the best features of the PanaVise 381.

Be sure to look for more "On the Bench" videos on and on our YouTube channel.

Monday, March 5, 2012

Production Basics Announces New Suspended Drawer Units

Customers can save money with Production Basics’ new Suspended Drawer Units. These 18- & 20-gauge steel units feature various configurations of 3”, 6”, and 12” full-extension drawers in one chassis meaning they use fewer materials and weigh less, which also means less expensive shipping costs.

Each 19"D x 14"W x 18"H drawer unit chassis combination features 18” of drawer space and is available in a standard black color. Suspended Drawer Units are available for use with C-Leg and Easy-Lift Dual Leg Workstations, RTW Tables, and Easy-Lift 4-post workbenches.

For more information, or to purchase these Production Basics Suspended Drawer Units, please call (800-966-6020) or email us and one of our expert associates will help you find the perfect unit to match your workstation configuration. You can also select from an extensive selection of Production Basics products from’s Production Basics section.

Friday, March 2, 2012

One Month Left to Get Your FREE ASG PS-55 Power Supply

We’re in the final month of ASG Assembly’s Econo-Bu$ter 6.2 offer of a FREE PS-55 Power Supply. Just make a qualified purchase from through March 31, 2012 to take advantage of this great giveaway.

All you have to do is purchase any of the following ASG Electric Drivers and you’ll receive your FREE PS-55 Power Supply! Just add one of the selected drivers to your cart and we’ll automatically add the free power supply to your order.

These quality drivers are part of the offer:
  • Any SS Driver (excluding the SS-7000 (CR), which requires an alternate power supply)
  • Any TL Driver
  • Any CL Driver (excluding the CL-7000 (HT, PS) and CL-9000 (HT), which require an alternate power supply)
  • Any BL Driver (excluding the BL-7000, which requires an alternate power supply)
  • Any Alpha Driver (excluding the A-6500 (HT, PS), which requires an alternate power supply)
ASG’s special offer applies to listed items only and quantity discounts are not applicable. It also cannot be combined with other offers. Both items must be purchased on one order and the offer cannot be applied to previous purchases.

Visit’s ASG Assembly section to make your purchase today. Don’t let this excellent money-saving offer pass you by. You can also send us an email, or give us a call (800-966-6020), if you have any questions or need further information.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Get FREE Shipping on Daylight Products & Brighten Your Day with Our March Social Network Sale

Do the last days of winter have you down and in the dark? Well, we believe our March Social Network Sale will help brighten your outlook. This month's exciting sale is FREE Standard Shipping on all Daylight Company products.

All you have to do is visit our Facebook Welcome Page and, if you haven't already, "like" us. Once you do you'll get the exclusive coupon code that enables you to take advantage of these great savings.

Daylight Company manufactures quality illuminated magnifiers, task lights, light bulbs & tubes, and lighting accessories and's Daylight section features an excellent selection of these competitively priced lighting solutions.

So, don't forget, visit our Facebook page, "like" us, get your coupon code, and start enjoying FREE Standard Shipping on all Daylight products. We're sure it will brighten your day.