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Solder Wire, 96.5/3.5, 0.031" Diameter, 217°C, 1lb

24-7040-8800 - Solder Wire, 96.5/3.5, 0.031" Diameter, 217°C, 1lb

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Manufacturer Part No:
24-7040-8800
Newark Part No.:
83C8173
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Product Information

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No Clean
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96.5, 3.5 Sn, Ag
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0.787mm
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0.031"
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217°C
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453.592g
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1lb
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Product Overview

The 24-7040-8800 is a no-clean cored Solder Wire for lead-free and leaded alloys. Kester 245 was developed to complement low residue liquid fluxes being used by the electronics industry. The chemistry is based on some of the same principles that have been safely used for years in mildly activated rosin fluxes. The use of 245 results in visually acceptable assemblies without cleaning, yet soldering quality and efficiency is comparable to that obtained with mildly activated rosin flux. 245 was formerly classified as Type LR per MIL-F-14256. 245 is Bellcore GR-78 compliant.
  • Highly reliable post-soldering residue
  • Minimal residue
  • Compatible with leaded and lead free alloys
  • Classified as ROL0 per J-STD-004
  • Compliant to Bellcore GR-78

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Maintenance & Repair, Industrial

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