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What is soldering lead?


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Answered 2014-09-17 18:19:42

Soldering lead is a material used to join or to fuse metal together. It is commonly used to fix common electronic devices such as televisions, radios and other electronic appliances.

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How Soldering is made?

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Why lead is used for soldering?

Lead melts easily


How do you join sheet lead?

lead burning or lap joint soldering


Where on the vehicle is lead used?

In batteries and soldering.


What materials are used in soldering?

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Why does solder no longer have lead in it?

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How hot is a soldering iron?

Lead-based solder uses 250 °C to 280 °C or 300 °C while lead-free soldering needs a higher temperature, about 350 °C to 400 °C.


Does lead and copper bond?

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What type of soldering is a soldering gun normally used for?

Soldering irons are usually used with rosin core solder. Sometimes it has lead in it but often not since its toxic. Most of the time its for heavy soldering like heavy gauge wires or older circuit boards since the tips are fairly big. They also have a decent temperature control so anything that is delicate like large SMD soldering.


Why do you think it is best for a soldering iron to have a soldering stand?

Have you ever had a soldering iron roll off the table and land on your wrist, burning a hole that took over a month to heal? I did in 5th grade while building one of the Radio Shack electronics kits I had received for Christmas! Learning from that I made my own soldering stand from a small metal can and poured over a half inch of lead into the bottom from my lead soldier casting set to make sure that the weight of the soldering iron could not tilt the soldering stand!!! I was never going to run the risk of a soldering iron getting away from me again!!!!!


Important uses of tin?

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Why lead is used for soldering purpose?

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What is the difference between soldering and brazing?

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What is the best soldering iron and tip to use on circuit boards?

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What is the joiner alloy in soldering made up of?

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Where can I go to get some information on soldering iron?

When you use a soldering iron you would be soldering some kind of metal frame or something because soldering irons are irrelevant to soldering iron. Sorry, not applicable.


Lead free solder?

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How many qualifications do you need to be a plumber?

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What is soldering iron and how do you use it?

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What is the definition of soldering stand?

soldering iron stand use for the electricians to easily the soldering iron make stand


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A soldering iron is a straight tool, sort of like a long screwdriver. A soldering gun actually looks like a gun or a drill.


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Where does soldering gun came from?

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