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Solder Wire, 60/40, 0.7mm Diameter, 180°C, 250g

509-0520 - Solder Wire, 60/40, 0.7mm Diameter, 180°C, 250g

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Manufacturer:
MULTICOMP MULTICOMP
Manufacturer Part No:
509-0520
Order Code:
5090520
Technical Datasheet:
(EN)
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Product Information

:
Rosin
:
60, 40 Sn, Pb
:
0.7mm
:
0.028"
:
180°C
:
250g
:
8.818oz
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Product Overview

The 509-0520 is a Solder Wire manufactured with a range of flux contents. Although users will normally be using products with nominal flux content of 3%. Multicore 309 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. The alloys used for Multicore flux cored solder wire conforms to the purity requirements of the common national and international standards. A wide range of wire diameters is available manufactured to close dimensional tolerances. Multicore 309 flux passes the J-STD-004 SIR test and other elements of J-STD-004 test protocols associated with the flux classification ROM1.
  • Rosin based
  • Fast soldering
  • Pale residues
  • Solders difficult surfaces
  • Good spread on nickel, stainless steel, Chromel, Monel, Constantin etc.
  • Heat stable, low fuming
  • Mild odour

Applications

Maintenance & Repair, Industrial

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