Analysis of the difference between low temperature tin wire and ordinary tin wire
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What is the difference between low-temperature tin wire and normal tin wire? Why use low-temperature tin line, it and other tin than what advantage?
had to start with the low-temperature tin alloy composition,
low-temperature tin is Sn and Bi as the main alloy composition of the
tin line. The proportion of this tin line is 42% for Sn and 58% for Bi. And
usually we have a lead-tin wire is composed of tin-lead alloy,
lead-free solder wire is basically made of tin, silver, copper three
kinds of metal. In contrast, bismuth is the focus of low-temperature tin line.
So why bismuth metal in low-temperature tin line? Bismuth is added to the tin line in order to lower the melting point of the tin line. The melting point of this tin line is 138 ℃, the conventional tin lead and lead-free tin are above 180 ℃. For example, the melting point of lead-tin wire is 183 ℃ -245 ℃, the conventional melting point of tin-copper wire is 227 ℃. In
our welding process, we will encounter some of the components can not
withstand the high temperature welding, but the lead, lead-free solder
wire melting point are relatively high can not be completed welding,
high temperature components will not cause damage, this When we can use low-temperature tin line.
Low-temperature tin wire commonly used in electronic connectors, LED low-temperature electronics and other industries. Wire diameter standard 0.5mm-4.6mm, tin does not contain rosin, need to help with solder paste or flux together. Iron temperature to be controlled between 190-200 ℃.