Alpha Launches Telecore HF-850 Cored Solder Wire Print E-mail
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Written by Mike Buetow   
Monday, 29 October 2012 09:34

Alpha Telecore HF-850 halogen-free cored solder wire developed to comply with IEC, JPCA and Jedec halogen content specifications. Is said to wet quickly with low flux spatter and low levels of fumes. Provides good spread characteristics that improve first pass yield. Is for use in any commercial no-clean soldering application. Leaves a clear, non-tacky residue does not require cleaning. Comes in SAC 305 and SACX Plus 0307 alloys.

Alpha, www.alphacpmd.com/Products/Cored-Wire/Telecore-HF-850

 

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