Soldeertin 60/40 0.75 mm witmetaal 500 g loodhoudend
Loodhoudende tin, 60% Sn en 40% Pb verhouding met een gewicht van 500 gram en een draaddiameter van 0.75 mm.
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|Soldeertin materialen||Bestaat uit 60% Sn en 40% Pb|
|Binnendiameter rol||11,8 mm|
Seems to be single core in the middle version. It is no clean variety. It does not generate to much fumes at lower temperatures specially and it has little to no bad smell.
Does not leave any trace of the flux on the tip. While my Multicore does leave a bunch of the flux on the tip.
It states non rosin or modified rosin on the back with some health warnings.
It does melt under 200 degree Celsius but my Multicore does it little bit faster it seems.
Mine was produced in the April 2019 and I got it in August 2019. Though it has an expiration date March 2022. Not sure am I going to be true with it in that time though. Also not sure it is going to be useless by then either. Guess if the flux gets degraded all you need to do is add some no clean flux into your soldering process.
Now to main dish. It seems it does same things as my Multicore. I've reflowed some bigger joints on China made board. Board that was soldered with very low quality tin. All contacts are white/grey on that board. This tin seems to do same job as my beloved Multicore. Leaves less flux residue on the board and residue is clean. Without adding tin Iron can't reflow the contacts due to very bad contact on what looks like oxidized tin. Adding a tin releases flux and both tins immediately reflow true hole contacts. This tin sticks less makes less dirt and less fumes. Fumes do not stink. So It is good tin.
I guess for some work share amount of flux released by Multicore would do better. Still it has done same in my nasty China board test.
This is a modern tin. Easy to find pdf's with specs. This seems like valid one https://cdn.sos.sk/productdata/4d/ba/269c784e/telecore-xl-825-1mm-0-5kg.pdf
With Kind Regards,