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Antex YC00220 Leadfree Solder 4m Dispenser

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Brand: Antex  MPN: YC00220  EAN-13: 5015044201097
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A 0.8mm lead-free solder wire composed of 99.25% tin and 0.75% copper, ideal for use on micro electronics, fine wires and most other electrical and electronic soldering applications.

  • Rosin flux cored
  • Melting point at 207°C to 217°C
  • Suitable for use with all Antex soldering irons
  • Supplied in a 4m dispenser

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85-1180YC001202m on dispenser
85-1182YC002204m on dispenser

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21 October 2011 Question by: Mike Oxer | Product code: 85-1182
Q. Is this solder flux cored?
A. Hi Mike, thanks for your question. Yes, the solder is flux cored.


Excellent sampler for switching to lead-free

Reviewed by: Matthew - 15 May 2013
I'm a hobbyist using a thermostatic iron designed for 60/40 solder, sometimes making toys for a Small Person. This is a great price for trying a new alloy. With a dirty iron tip, while leaded solder just about worked this was unusable. Tip was long overdue a good clean, now this 0.75%Cu flows just fine. 0.8mm is a bit thick for my liking, but 0604 SMD is still possible. Haven't tried it with a beginner. Can't comment on long term reliability.