Lead-free solder refers to a type of solder that does not contain lead as one of its main components. Traditional solder used in electronics and other applications typically contained lead, but due to environmental concerns and health risks associated with lead exposure, lead-free solder has become increasingly common.
Lead-free solder requires higher soldering temperatures compared to traditional lead-based solder. It also tends to have a higher melting point and may be slightly more challenging to work with, but it offers a safer alternative and has become the standard for many industries.
- lead-free Solder
- Lead free purity 99.3 Percent Tin, 0.7 Percent Copper
- melting point 217°C
- 500g Per reel