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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

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 | 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 | 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

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

RoHS solders and silver termination inks

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 30 09:24:08 EDT 2005 | Slaine

we manufacture a range of ceramic parts that have silver termination,there is already a small leaching problem (absorption of the termination by the solder in liquid form)with Sn62 that we live with, having to implement unleaded solder they are norma

RoHS solders and silver termination inks

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 30 12:49:59 EDT 2005 | Ted

Slaine, We use a Pd/Ag thickfilm paste. Because of the leaching we had to start using solder pastes that have silver in it. For RoHS, we are using a solder paste with an alloy of Sn95/Ag05. We also have to double print the thickfilm pastes. I h

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