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1823-5F - 

Desoldering Braid, No-Clean, Blue #4, Static Dissipative Bobbin, Copper, 5ft x 0.098"

1823-5F - Desoldering Braid, No-Clean, Blue #4, Static Dissipative Bobbin, Copper, 5ft x 0.098"

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Techspray 182
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The 1823-5F is a #4 blue pre-fluxed copper no-clean Desoldering Braid used to remove solder, which allows components to be replaced and excess solder to be removed. Latent failures lead to costly returns and lower the quality perception of products.
  • No-clean flux coated braid
  • Cleanest wick - Clear, non-reactive residues
  • Will not leave ionic residue - Avoid dendrite failure
  • Exceeds MIL-F-14256 type
  • Anti-static spool


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