Solder Wire-50 gm Pack
Solder Wire Solder is a fusible alloy used to join less fusible metals or wires, etc. Solder wire is comprised of different alloys or pure tin. Each metal requires a certain type of soldering wire to create strong bonds because the combinations of metals that comprise soldering wire melt at different temperatures. Alloys commonly used for electrical soldering are 60/40 Sn-Pb, which melts at 188 °C (370 °F), and 63/37 Sn-Pb used principally in electrical/electronic work. This mixture is a eutectic alloy of these metals, which: has the lowest melting point (183 °C or 361 °F) of all the tin-lead alloys; and.
- Wire grade: 60/40
- Wire gauge: 20 to 22
- Rosin Core Solder
- Minimum Resistance
- No Additional Flux or paste is required
- No dry Solder
- Low Melting Point
- Widely applied in electrical repairs
- Easy to use, flows well, and heats evenly.
- With the solder wire reel, soldering can be accomplished quickly.
- Weight: 50 gm
- Wire Thickness: 1 mm
- 1 x Solder Wire-50 gm Pack
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