We are instrumental in providing Tin Solder bars, strips and wires, with and without flux, in the market. Available in lead free and with up to 50% lead, Tin Solder is widely utilized in electrical industry for soldering/joining components.
Chemical Composition Weight percentage
Tin [Sn] 59% to 61%
Arsenic [As] 0.010% Max.
Bismuth [Bi] 0.050 % Max.
Lead [Pb] Remainder %
Antimony [Sb] 0.05% Max.
Availability
320mm [Length] x 20 mm [Width] x 8.6 mm [ Thickness]
Characterists
  • Tin-Lead solders is the largest single group and the most widely used of the soldering alloys.
  • Excellent wettability.
  • Low Residues & Hard Non-conductive residues.
  • Easily dispensed.
Main Applications
Electrical : Soldering in electronic printed circuit board,any type of junctions of electronics components , radiators, wave dip soldering of electrical assemblies where lower temperatures are required, compatible for use with all types of base metal cleaners, fluxes, and heating methods.
Typical Application: These tin/lead solders can be used, with some exceptions, to join copper and most copper alloys, lead, nickel alloys and steel.
**Caution: Lead-bearing solders are not to be used in potable water systems. tin-lead solders are not recommended in high stress or vibration joints in the cooling industry due to lack of sufficient elongation properties.

Properties

Density 8.67 g/cm3
Tensile Strength 6400 psi
Shear Strength 5700 psi
Colour Silver
Electrical Conductivity 49.8 (W/m-K)
Solidus 362°F (183°C)
Liquidus 375°F (190°C)
Elongation 40%

Request a quote

Download The Corporate Brochure