Can be used for various soldering methods including Wave, Selective, and Hand. Known for best in class yields and wetting speeds, this material outperforms all Sn/Cu based materials and delivers excellent performance across a wide range of Flux Technologies. SAC305 is used to stabilize the copper content in the wave solder bath depending on process conditions.

Forms:
  • Regular Bar
  • Shot
  • Ingot
Belmont Product Code 7972
Nominal Composition:
  • Sn: 96.5%
  • Ag: 3%
  • Cu: 0.5%
Technical Info:
  • Solidus: 217 C (423 F)
  • Liquidus: 220 C (428 F)

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