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Desoldering Braid, Soder-Wick®, No-Clean, #1 Blue, Static Dissipative Bobbin, 5 ft x 0.03"

60-1-5 - Desoldering Braid, Soder-Wick®, No-Clean, #1 Blue, Static Dissipative Bobbin, 5 ft x 0.03"

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Manufacturer Part No:
60-1-5
Newark Part No.:
95F6245
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Copper
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0.8mm
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5ft
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Product Overview

The 6015 is a 5ft Soder-Wick® No Clean Desoldering Braid designed to provide fast and safe desoldering without leaving behind harmful flux residues. It uses pure, oxygen free copper braid and a patented flux technology to make an efficient and effective desoldering braid and for protection against damage due to static electricity.
  • Patented noncorrosive, halide free, organic no-clean flux
  • Desolders up to 40% faster than competitive no-clean braids and leaves boards cleaner
  • White label on SD bobbin

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