Canfield Lead Free Solder - 1/2 Lb.

$24.95 USD
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Product Description

1/2 pound roll of lead-free solder. Perfect for anyone who needs to work in a strictly lead-free environment. This extremely light-weight material is stronger than traditional lead, maintains a chrome-like finish and 100% lead-free.
Canfield lead-free solder melts a a lower temperature of 281 F. Use a temperature controller to lower the heat of your soldering iron.
Classic lead-free solder will only work with Classic lead-free came. Alloy will not work with other brands.
Delphi Tip: To maintain a completely lead-free environment, purchase new soldering iron tips.

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  •   Best lead free solder I've tried
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Pros : Flows well. It's almost as easy to use as 60/40.
Cons : Expensive for the amount you get.
Other Thoughts : After becoming pregnant, I stopped using lead. I was afraid I wouldn't have the same results with lead-free products, but this plus the Canfield Lead Free Came have produced good results.
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  •   Diamond Lead Free
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Pros : Shiny, lead free, easy to work with
Cons : Needs wax or clear coat to maintain shine (some as leaded)
Other Thoughts : This is a tin - Bismuth combo. It picks up a little dark oxidation if not coated (much like leaded unwaxed solder).
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  •   Lead free solder that's easy to use!
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Pros : Easy to use, low melting temp. Seams are neat and smooth.
Cons : Very minor sputtering.
Other Thoughts : I had read horrible reviews of all lead free solder and was convinced that I should stay away. Then I started a piece that I really wanted to keep lead-free so I bought 1/2 a Lb of Canfield Lead Free solder and had no problems! I was shocked! I would definitely recommend it.
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