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Lead free solders

Electronics Forum | Sun Apr 25 17:36:45 EDT 1999 | Mohammad Yunus

Hi, Im doing some experiments and studies on lead free solders ( any alloys).I would like to get some information on a few lead free solder paste manufacturers and if possible their web page adress and contacts. Thanx in anticipation yunus

Re: Lead free solders

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 26 11:42:29 EDT 1999 | Chrys Shea

| | Hi, | | Im doing some experiments and studies on lead free solders ( any alloys).I would like to get some information on a few lead free solder paste manufacturers and if possible their web page adress and contacts. | | Thanx in anticipation |

Re: Low-temperature, lead-free solders

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 20 03:25:21 EDT 1999 | Scott Davies

Joseph, I've heard of a lead free solder alloy, Sn43/Bi57 that melts at 139�C and reflows between 160-170�C. You may find the following website useful. Good Luck Scott

Re: Low-temperature, lead-free solders

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 20 03:26:57 EDT 1999 | Scott Davies

Joseph, I've heard of a lead free solder alloy, Sn43/Bi57 that melts at 139�C and reflows between 160-170�C. You may find the following website useful: www.cobar.com Good Luck Scott |

Low-temperature, lead-free solders

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 19 18:21:56 EDT 1999 | Joseph Holmes

Do solders exist that are both lead-free and low-temperature (e.g. 100-170 Celsius range)? If so, who supplies these materials? Any websites or contact information would be most helpful. Also, I am not an expert on soldering, so any good website

Re: Low-temperature, lead-free solders

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 19 21:11:54 EDT 1999 | Dave F

| Do solders exist that are both lead-free and low-temperature (e.g. 100-170 Celsius range)? If so, who supplies these materials? Any websites or contact information would be most helpful. | | Also, I am not an expert on soldering, so any good w

Re: Low-temperature, lead-free solders

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 22 14:09:50 EDT 1999 | Rick

| | | Do solders exist that are both lead-free and low-temperature (e.g. 100-170 Celsius range)? If so, who supplies these materials? Any websites or contact information would be most helpful. | | | | | | Also, I am not an expert on soldering, s

Re: Low-temperature, lead-free solders

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 22 16:07:36 EDT 1999 | Rick

| | Do solders exist that are both lead-free and low-temperature (e.g. 100-170 Celsius range)? If so, who supplies these materials? Any websites or contact information would be most helpful. | | | | Also, I am not an expert on soldering, so any

Why not use lead-free plumbing solders in electrical applications?

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 27 15:43:41 EDT 1999 | Joseph Holmes

Another basic soldering question. I notice that lead-free solders have become required for plumbing applications due to legislation. In a local hardware store, I noticed the existence of lead-free solders (based upon tin-copper I think) with a melt

Re: Why not use lead-free plumbing solders in electrical applications?

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 27 16:21:09 EDT 1999 | Chrys Shea

| Another basic soldering question. I notice that lead-free solders have become required for plumbing applications due to legislation. In a local hardware store, I noticed the existence of lead-free solders (based upon tin-copper I think) with a me

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