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Solder Wire 250 gms 22 SWG 60/40 Grade

354.00 (Including GST)

300.00 ( + 54.00 GST)

Feature of Soldering wire:

  1. Halide-free solder wire, and suitable for repair operation
  2. Used in tin-lead process
  3. Fast melting, good wetting and expansibility.
  4. No break for the core, no splash and no odour.
  5. Good solder-ability and soldering joints with high brightness and strength
  6. Good mechanical performance
  7. Widely used in electronics, lighting, communication, radio, computer, instruments and other field
  8. Residue is easy to remove by hot air after soldering work if necessary
  9. Available in many alloy composition, other alloy composition are also available

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Solder is a fusible metal alloy used to join together metal workpieces and having a melting point below that of the workpiece(s). Soft solder is typically thought of when solder or soldering is mentioned, with a typical melting range of 90 to 450 °C . It is commonly used in electronics, plumbing, and assembly of sheet metal parts. Manual soldering uses a soldering iron or soldering gun.

Alloys that melt between 180 and 190 °C (360 and 370 °F) are the most commonly used. Soldering performed using alloys with a melting point above 450 °C (840 °F) is called brazing.

solder are used at that places where robotic parts does not experience high forces or pressure change.

Soldering Tips:

  •  Heat up the soldering iron.
  • After soldering iron is fully heated, use a wet sponge to softly scrape the tip to remove old solder.
  • Wait seconds to heat and dry the iron, carefully apply a small amount of fresh solder and coat the tip for pre-soldering before start.
  •  When soldering two components together, place the soldering iron on the part where you want to touch, hold it there for a second.
  •  Slide the solder underneath the tip of the iron, sandwiching it to the joining part, and hold it for another second or two, feeding in enough solder you need.
  • Pull away the solder first, and continue holding the iron for another second to let the solder forming a good joint.
  • Remove the iron, wait a few seconds and let the solder natural cooling. A good soldering done.


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