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How do you ready a solder pot for lead-free solder?

Published by: Kester Inc

It is important to first insure the solder is lead-free solder compatible. High tin alloys tend to leach iron causing dissolution of iron and solder contamination. The dissolution can advance to the point of causing micro-cracks and thinning of the walls, eventually resulting in a solder spill.
If a pot is lead-free compatible but contains leaded solder it can be cleaned before leadfree solder is added.
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Published: March 8, 2023 Lang: ENG
Type: Whitepaper Length: 2 pages

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