Solid core solder wire has very little splash, odorless residue, halogen free, solid core solder wire is a scientific flux formulation with solderability up to 98%. Flux needs to be added when soldering the solid core solder wire. The flux selected should be a combination of rosin and a small amount of active agent. Temperature control is the most important when welding solid-core solder wire. During the soldering process, the solder melting point should be as high as 50 °C. When the solid core solder wire is soldered, the temperature of the soldering iron tip should be accurately controlled. According to the size of the soldering piece and the performance and power of the soldering iron, different solder types and the linearity of the solder wire can be selected. The temperatures mentioned above are all Should not exceed 100 ° C.
When the solid core solder wire is used for standard soldering, the wire solder used is called rosin core solder or solder wire. When soldering, it needs to be soldered with the authentic soldering iron head supplied by the manufacturer. Usually there are fake iron tips on the market. The size of the tip of the soldering iron is different, and the thickness of the sleeve used is also different. Therefore, we should choose the right one when welding the solid solder wire. The soldering iron head ensures the normal performance of the soldering quality. When the solid-core solder wire is removed, the surface activity of the flux also starts to work, which can fully display the surface tension of the surface to be soldered, ensure the fluidity and stretchability of the liquid solder, and also ensure the solder. The material is guaranteed to penetrate every brazing gap.
When soldering a solid core solder wire with an electric soldering iron, the most important thing is to control the temperature. If the soldering iron has a temperature setting function, then we can choose a suitable temperature according to the solid core solder wire used. It is very important to measure the temperature of the soldering iron using a soldering iron thermometer before soldering. When the solid core solder wire is soldered in the tin furnace, when the solder body leaves the tin liquid surface, the solder can be wetted by the flux to help the excess solder flow down the pin, which avoids the soldering and the welding. The phenomenon of tipping.