Array Solders Solder Wire

Is commonly used in electronics, heating, air conditioning, mechanical, fire sprinkler and other similar systems as well as radiator manufacturing, repair and sheet metal work. It is also used in jewelry and stained glass work. Solder must be strong enough to hold metal pieces together but must also be resistant to oxidization and other types of corrosion that can occur over time. Furthermore, solder must have a low melting point that allows it to be melted with a soldering gun or torch while also being sufficiently malleable for maximum effectiveness. For this reason, the most widely used wire solder offering the above attributes is lead and tin alloy.

Solder specifically, in the use of assembly and repair of plumbing applications is commonly void of the lead metal, as North American regulations call for lead-free solders. Array Solders supplies Lead Free solder that meets the following Standards and Regulations; ASTM B32-04 B 813-00, B-819, B 828-02.  Our Lead Free Silver Solder meets NSF Standards, which establishes minimum requirements for the control of potential adverse health effects from products which contact drinking water.

Lead free is suitable for all applications.

Alloys:
Sac 305 (96.5sn/3ag/.5cu)
96sn/4ag
95.5sn/3.8ag/.7cu
95.5sn/4ag/.5cu
95.5sn/4ag/.5cu
99sn/.3ag/.7cu
Sn100
95sn/5ag
95sn/5sb
97sn/3cu

Available Diameters:
.032″ to .250″
Customized diameters available upon request.

Available Cores:
No Clean
Rosin
Water Soluble

Array Solders Leaded Solder

Leaded solder wire is suitable for electrical and non-electrical applications. Fabricated to J-STD-006.

Available in the following alloys:
63sn/37pb
60sn/40pb
30sn/70pb
50sn/50pb
40sn/60pb
Other specialty alloys are also available. Please inquire for more details.

Available Diameters:
.009” to .250”
Customized diameters available upon request.

Available Cores:
Rosin
Water Soluble
No Clean

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