This solder is primarily used for soldering Aluminum to Aluminum or Copper usually where lower soldering temperature than Zinc-Aluminum solders is required. It is used extensively in spray wire from for capacitors and other electronic parts and also has a high tensile strength.

  • 1/4" LB. Capping Bar
  • 2-8 Ingot
  • 2MM Dia. (.078" - .079") Wire
Belmont Product Code7702
Nominal Composition:
  • 70% Sn
  • 30% Zn

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