What's special about these leaded solders?
- Melts at lower temperatures for faster production time
- Non-corrosive and non-conductive flux maintain the integrity of your application
- Rapid wetting and high viscosity result in uniform and reliable solder joints every time
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With a lower melting point than Lead-Free, this solder fuses items together faster, to save you time and effort. MG Chemicals leaded solder is available in several formulations to get the job done.
Due to the lead content this is NOT suitable for plumbing,
or any other job that might come in contact with the environment or ingestion
|4880 Series (63% Tin & 37% Lead)|
|MGC-4880-18G||22 AWG||0.032"||Pocket Pack (0.6 oz)||25 pcs||LIMITED QUANTITIES!
- Perfect for jewelry-making, crafts, or circuit boards
- Available in a pocket pack (box of 25) for convenience use
- Choose from 5 different AWG to accommodate your application
- Meets J-STD-006 standards for purity
- Melting point between 361°F - 374°F
|Available Gauge||16, 18, 20, 22, and 23|
|Melting Point||183°C / 361°F|
|Tip Temperature||Do not exceed 260°C|
|Color & Appearance (Flux Extract)||Amber Solid|
|Softening Point (Flux Extract)||80°C|
|Acid Number (mgKOH/g sample)||150 - 160|
|Silver Chromate (Qualitative Halides)||Detection|
|Classification per J-STD-004||ROM1|
|Surface Insulation Resistance||> 1.0 x 109|
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