Soldering Iron Tip Goot PX-60RT-1CR

Soldering iron tip with tin plating (one-side cut 15 mm, 45°) for precision component soldering. It is compatible with GOOT PX-501(AS)/601(AS), RX-701(AS)/711(AS), CXR-31/41.

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SKU: 818817

Goot PX-60RT-1CR Soldering Iron Tip is a long-life replacement soldering iron tip with tin plating (one-side cut 15 mm, 45°) for precision component soldering. Goot PX-60RT-1CR tip is compatible with a range of GOOT soldering stations and irons.


  • One-side cut; 45°.
  • Diameter: 1 mm, working length 15 mm.
  • This soldering iron replacement tip has a copper base and antistick stainless steel collar.
  • The working area is tin-plated.
  • This iron tip has a laser print for identification.


Long-life soldering iron tip is compatible with:

  • GOOT PX-501 Mini-Soldering Station
  • GOOT PX-501AS Mini-Soldering Station
  • GOOT PX-601 Mini-Soldering Station
  • GOOT RX-701AS Soldering Station
  • GOOT RX-711AS Temperature Controlled Lead-free Soldering Station
  • GOOT CXR-31 Precision Soldering Iron
  • GOOT CXR-41 Precision Soldering Iron
  • GOOT PX-601AS Mini-Soldering Station
  • GOOT RX-711 Soldering Station
  • GOOT RX-701 Soldering Station

Tip Replacement

  1. Unscrew the barrel nut.
  2. Take off the heater collar.
  3. Replace the soldering tip.

Stainless steel collar inside the tip can stick to the heater. When replacing a tip, be sure to take it off from the heater. To prevent an iron tip and a heating element from sticking to each other and from damage when replacing a tip, regularly take it off and put it back on.

Useful Information

If you are going to buy GOOT PX-60RT-1CR Soldering Iron Tip, you should know the fillowing:

  • The iron tip may work less if you use a lead solder, than when you use lead free solder.
  • Do not clean the iron tip with a cleaning pad or a rasp-file.
  • Soldering iron tip thermal conductivity worsens when oxides stick to it.
  • To clean a tip, use a moist cellulose GOOT ST-70/75SP tip cleaner sponge.