Component Soldering

Component Soldering

Soldering is a joining process used to join different types of metals together by melting solder. Solder is a metal alloy usually made of tin and lead which is melted using a hot iron. The iron is heated to temperatures above 600 degrees Fahrenheit which then cools to create a strong electrical bond.

Solder is melted by using heat from an iron connected to a temperature controller. It is heated up to temperatures beyond its melting point at around 600 degrees Fahrenheit which then causes it to melt, which then cools creating the soldered joint.

As well as creating strong electrical joints solder can also be removed using a disordering tool.

Solder is a metal alloy used to create strong permanent bonds; such as copper joining in circuit boards and copper pipe joints. It can also be supplied in two different types and diameters, lead and lead free and can be between .032” and .062”. Inside the solder core is the flux, a material used to strengthen and improve its mechanical properties.

NOTE: Code Red Tronics  is providing you the service to solder the components onto your PCB at an affordable cost and consisting of high quality soldering. Our engineers will ensure you best quality soldering on PCB and components will be either provided by you or we will purchase them for you, hence reducing your workload to a minimum.