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Solder Guide


ALLOY MELTING TEMPERATURES APPLICATION
Percentage Composition Solids Liquids
15 / 85 Sn / Pb 225o C 290o C Lamp Industries
20 / 80 Sn / Pb 183o C 275o C Lamp Industries
30 / 70 Sn / Pb 183o C 255o C Lamp & Motor Industries
40 / 60 Sn / Pb 183o C 234o C General
45 / 55 Sn / Pb 183o C 224o C General
50 / 50 Sn / Pb 183o C 212o C General
60 / 40 Sn / Pb 183o C 188o C Electrical Industries
63 / 37 Sn / Pb 183o C 183o C Electronic Industries (Specially for Wave Soldering)
62 / 36 / 2 Sn / Pb / Ag 179o C 179o C Silver Plated Surfaces
48 / 49 / 3 Sn / Pb / Bi 178o C 205o C Wave Soldering
Specifications & Standards IS 193, 1921, 11516, BS EN 29453, BS 441, QQS 571, ISO 9453, JIS Z 3282 & 3283, JSTD - 006A Etc.

 

We can offer alloy of tin and lead as per customer requirement

 

Health  and Safety Information relating to 

 

Solders & Fluxes  

 

Flux-Cored Solder

Rosin Based Multicore Flux-Cored Solders are safe to use provided that certain precautions are observed

 

Fume Hazards and Precautions

Solder alloys containing lead do not give off lead fume at normal soldering temperatures and at

Temperatures up to 500°C, Excessive inhalation of the flux fumes given off at soldering temperatures,  

 which are irritating to the throat and respiratory organs, should be avoided.

 

Flux-Cored Solders must always be used in well ventilated areas.    

Suitable fume extraction equipment should be used to extract the flux fumes away from the operators

 

Protection   and Hygiene

Lead is harmful if absorbed into the body through the digestive system or skin.  

Eating, drinking and smoking should not be permitted in the working area.

The hands should be washed with soap and warm water after handling solder, especially before eating.     

 

Waste Disposal

Waste material should be stored in closed containers and should be disposed of in accordance with the relevant Acts of 

Parliament and Local Authority Byelaws. Advice may be sought from the Waste Disposal Officer of the Local Authority.

 

Spillage and Waste Disposal

Spillage of the material should be mopped up with sand or sawdust. Waste material should be stored in closed containers and

 disposed of in accordance with the relevant Acts of Parliament and Local Authority Byelaws.

 Advice may be sought from the Waste Disposal Officer of the Local Authority.