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Solder Wire, 60/40, 0.9mm Diameter, 180°C, 250g

507-1150 - Solder Wire, 60/40, 0.9mm Diameter, 180°C, 250g

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Manufacturer:
MULTICOMP MULTICOMP
Manufacturer Part No:
507-1150
Order Code:
5071150
Technical Datasheet:
(EN)
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Product Information

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No Clean and Rosin Flux
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60, 40 Sn, Pb
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0.9mm
:
0.035"
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180°C
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250g
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8.818oz
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Product Overview

The 507-1150 is a Solder Wire made of halide-free alloy. Multicomp type 400 is designed for users who require a halide-free formulation. The remaining products in the range contain higher halide levels to maximise soldering power. Multicomp type 400, 505 and 511 cored wire is manufactured with a range of flux contents. Although users will normally be using products with a nominal flux content of 3%, the superior performance of the Multicomp Typ 400, 505 and 511 products may allow a lower flux content to be specified e.g. 2.2%. This will further improve residue appearance by reducing the quantity. For applications requiring low residue halide-free fluxes, Multicomp 400 is available at 1% flux content (formerly Multicomp X-39). Multicomp 400, 502, 505 and 511 cored wire is available in a variety of alloys conforming to J-STD-006 and EN 29453 or alloys conforming to similar national or international standards.
  • 60/40 halide-free flux
  • Halide free version-Multicomp 400
  • Fast soldering-range of activities to suit all applications
  • Good spread on copper, brass and nickel
  • Clear residues
  • Heat stable-low spitting

Applications

Maintenance & Repair, Industrial

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