SOLDER WIRE KRISTALL 400
Solder Wire Kristall 400 electronics soldering wire is based on a “No-Clean” flux. It has been developed for high requirements for conventional soldering and for soldering SMDs in industrial production and for repair and re-soldering.
The wire flux Kristall 400 is a halogen-free activated flux based on synthetic resins with organic acids. it combines high activity and good flow characteristics in an outstanding way with small amounts of solid and electrically safe residues.
Stannol Kristall solder wires provide fast soldering on copper and brass surfaces as well as solder coated materials. Activity of the halide activated versions on nickel is also good depending on the state of oxidation of the nickel finish. The good thermal stability of Stannol Kristall fluxes means they are also well suited to soldering applications requiring high melting temperature alloys. The resin and flux systems are designed to leave relatively low residues and to minimise residual activity. This is achieved by ensuring some decomposition and volatilisation takes place during the soldering process. In some situations, this may generate visible fuming but in all cases, rosin fumes must be removed from the breathing zone of operators.
- Halogen-free activation
- Transparent residues
- Fast and reliable soldering
- Thermally stable
- Good dispersion
- Mild odour
The Kristall 400 can be used for manual and machine soldering in the area of electrical engineering and electronics.