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Solder

Soldering alloys are defined as filler metals that melt below 840F (450C) and are often used for lower temperature applications commonly found in the electronics and plumbing manufacturing industries. Prince & Izant offers both lead-free and lead-containing solders for customer specific use.

SOLDER CHARACTERISTICS SUBMIT RFQ
Lead-Free  
Sn99.99 Good strength and non-dulling Submit RFQ
Sn99.3/Cu.7 Low cost, good for simple applications and dissolves copper at higher temperatures Submit RFQ
Sn99 Good strength, non dulling Submit RFQ
Sn97/Cu3 Good for high temperature uses Submit RFQ
Sn95/Sb5 US plumbing industry standard, displays good resistance to thermal fatigue and has good shear strength Submit RFQ
Sn85/Zn15 Good corrosion resistance and tensile strength Submit RFQ
Sn77.2/In20/Ag2.8 Eutectic phase with melting point at 118C Submit RFQ
In52/Sn48 Low temperature soldering, sharp melting and good wettability Submit RFQ
Sn40/Cd33/Zn27 Lower melting soldering alloy Submit RFQ
In97/Ag3 Good wettability, low-temp malleability and good strength Submit RFQ
In90/Ag10 Good wettability and low temperature malleability Submit RFQ
Lead-Containing  
Sn63/Pb37 Exceptional tinning, good wetting, low cost and great bonding Submit RFQ
Sn60/Pb40 Lower cost and good bonding properties Submit RFQ
Sn50/Pb50 Lower cost and good bonding properties Submit RFQ
Pb55/Sn45 Lower cost and good bonding properties Submit RFQ
Pb60/Sn40 Lower cost and good bonding properties Submit RFQ
Pb60/In40 Low gold-leaching and good thermal fatigue properties Submit RFQ
Bi49/In21/Pb18/Sn12 Slightly expands during cooling showing delayed shrinking Submit RFQ
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