Electronics Soldering Flux
Electronics soldering flux is used in soldering applications in printed circuit board (PCB) assembly and rework; component lead tinning; and wire tinning. Soldering is a process whereby similar or dissimilar metals are joined using a soldering alloy that typically includes tin combined with lead, silver, copper, antimony, bismuth or indium. Increasingly, lead-free solders are specified for soldering applications. Soldering covers a temperature range of 140 – 850°F / 60 – 445°C.