As a lead-free alternative to standard tin and lead solders, the health of this solder wire is invaluable. With a separate tip and smoke evacuator, you'll work in a completely lead-free, smoke-free environment. This solder wire is commonly used for wave soldering and hand soldering, maintenance, repair and overhaul.
High quality solder wire, good fluidity, uniform heating and easy to use. Good conductivity and thermal conductivity soldering; solder wire spools for quick soldering.
Rosin cored wire is designed for electrical maintenance such as radios, televisions, video recorders, stereo systems, wires, motors, circuit boards and other electronic devices.
1. Heat the soldering iron.
2. After the soldering iron is completely heated, use a wet sponge to gently scrape off the tip to remove the old solder.
3. Wait a few seconds to heat and dry the iron, carefully apply a small amount of fresh solder and apply a tip to pre-weld before starting to use.
4. When soldering the two components together, place the soldering iron on the part to be touched and then fix it for one second.
5. Slide the solder to the top of the iron, clip it to the connecting part, and hold it for another one or two seconds to input enough solder.
6. First pull the solder off and continue to hold the iron for one second to allow the solder to form a good joint.
7. Remove the iron and wait a few seconds for the solder to cool naturally. Made a good welding.