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Product Description
It's used on melting more than one metallic material to joint by melting solders and attaching to each other. Solder as the most significant joint material is a plumb alloy. The most widely used solder alloys are tin/plumb alloys.

  • Sn 64 Pb 36   : Melting temperature 181 °C
  • Sn 63 Pb 37   : Melting temperature 183 °C
  • Sn 60 Pb 40   : Melting temperature 184 °C
  • Sn 50 Pb 50   : Melting temperature 185 °C

Physical Specifications
Sold in 25kg packages.

Application Fields
There are 50% of tin and 50%of plumb in the widest used solder. Solder is used in automobile industry at soldering the radiators, and can ad electronic industries. The real solder is % 64 Sn-36 Pb alloy and melts at 181°C. If it's desired to melt easier, they are alloyed  with % 60 Sn-% 40 Pb.

The advantages of solder compared to welding are:

  • different metals can be attached
  • allows high production speeds
  • needs less power ad temperature
  • attachment points that are not reachable with welding can be soldered.
  • less the equipment, material, working costs