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Desoldering Braid, No-Clean, White #1, Static Dissipative Bobbin, Copper, 0.04", 5 ft

1820-5F - Desoldering Braid, No-Clean, White #1, Static Dissipative Bobbin, Copper, 0.04", 5 ft

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Manufacturer:
TECHSPRAY TECHSPRAY
Manufacturer Part No:
1820-5F
Newark Part No.:
91B8020
Product Range
Techspray 182
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Product Information

:
Copper
:
0.9mm
:
5ft
:
Techspray 182
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Product Overview

The 1820-5F is a No-Clean Desoldering Braid for used to remove solder, which allows components to be replaced and excess solder to be removed. The white pre-fluxed copper wick does not leave behind ionic flux residues that can collect and form branches called dendrites. Other fluxes, if not cleaned properly, can cause dendrites that grow over time and eventually cause short circuits between traces or leads.
  • Cleanest wick - Clear, non-reactive residues
  • Will not leave ionic residue - Avoid dendrite failure
  • Exceeds MIL-F-14256

Applications

Maintenance & Repair, Defence, Military & Aerospace

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