Soft soldering

Soft soldering

Soft soldering refers to tin-based alloys with the addition of other metals, such as lead, silver, bismuth, cadmium, zinc and copper. They have a low melting point, at around 170-195 degrees.

Areas of Use

Soft soldering

Soft soldering is mainly used in some industrial sectors, especially in the fields of industry, electrics and plumbing, as well as for radio and TV household appliances, but it is also used in the funeral industry and further afield.

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