Felder Lottechnik 1mm Wire Lead Free Solder, +227°C Melting Point

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ISO-Core® Sn100+ soldering wire

Soldering wire made from lead-free Sn99Cu0.7NiGe alloy on plastic reels
Flux core based on modified resin and organic activators
EL version with 3.5% flux, halogen-free, for general soldering
RA activated with 2.5% halogen content for repairing even oxidised soldering spots
ELR with 1% flux, halogen-free no clean, especially suited for SMD fittings

Specificaties
Kenmerk Waarde
Wire Diameter 1mm
Percent Lead 0%
Product Form Wire
Melting Point +227°C
Percent Silver 0%
Percent Tin 99.3%
Flux Type Rosin Based
Product Weight 250g
Flux Content Percent 2.5%
Percent Copper 0.7%
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Prijs Each
Was € 22,24
20,34
(excl. BTW)
24,61
(incl. BTW)
Aantal stuks
Per stuk
1 - 9
€ 20,34
10 - 19
€ 19,53
20 - 49
€ 18,92
50 +
€ 17,29
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