Soft soldering is a method of joining with an eutectic, or a short melting range tin lead, or a lead-free alloy. It usually melts below 430°C ( 800°F) and the heat source is often an electric soldering iron, such as our iron kit DIS-876 click here but copper "irons" heated with a gas torch may be needed for larger work.
Lead-free solder alloys are widely specified for their elevated strength and resistance.
Lead-bearing alloys still find use in certain applications where regulations permit.
They usually melt at lower temperatures than lead-free alloys. Our solder pastes deliver all the ingredients for a strong, void-free joint in our deposit.
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TIN LEAD-FREE SOFT SOLDER PASTES
TIN LEAD-BEARING SOFT SOLDER PASTES