Solder Wire is one of the most popular forms of solder that is sold. It is used in many of the industries in which solder is used. Not all the solder wires are created equal- different wires are suited to different applications and temperatures. The solder wire can also vary drastically depending on the type of solder you are interested in purchasing.Solder wires are wires with a low melting point which can melt along with the soldering iron. Depending on the application and soldering temperature, many different types of soldering wires are available.
In the past lead-based solder has been an industry standard, although the health problems associated with lead had made it a less popular choice. As a result the lead solder wire and lead solder bar price have reduced over the past few years.
It is essential to understand your soldering requirements when selecting a soldering wire to make sure that the purchase effectively suits your application. In plumbing some of the solder used is 95Sn/5Sb, and 97Sn/3Cu. Some examples of materials used in this industry include 15Sn/85Pb, 20Sn/80Pb, 30Sn/70Pb, 25Sn/65Pb and 40Sn/60Pb as well as aluminum and copper. It is recommended in the stained glass industry to get 60Sn/40Pb but you can also use 50Sn/50Pb and 63Sn/37Pb depending on what you are working on. Rosin and acid core solder is also commonly used in electric circuit or electrical connections.
Mayer Alloys offers solder and non-ferrous alloys which are certified and comply with ISO 9001 standards. Mayer Alloys specializes in tin and lead-based alloys, and lead free alloys for manufacturing and/or fabrication. Customer service and technical assistance is always available to ensure you are getting the right materials. For technical support, please contact us at 888-513-7971 or email us at email@example.com.