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Technical Data Sheet

Sn97Bi2Cu1P

 

Product name: 

Solder MARMOT® Sn97Bi2Cu1P

Description and key properties:

  • Patented lead-free (RoHS) solder MARMOT® designed for soft soldering in electronics
  • Solder with excellent wetting, alloy does not cause microcrackles
  • For its great efficiency is perfect replacement for expensive silver soft solders
  • Low working temperature - crucial in cases such as soldering plastic connectors, eyelets and other thermally endangered parts
  • Soldered joints does not reach high glossy surface
  • Content of Copper reduces dissolving copper soldered parts and equipment
  • Content of Bismuth decrease internal molecular tension of soldered joint and increase its strength and reliability
  • Content of Phosphorus increase fluidity and reduces oxidization

 

 Technical specification

Sn97Bi2Cu1P

Commercial Name:       

Cored wire solder MARMOT® Sn97Bi2Cu1P

 

Supplied and shaped as multicored wire with flux.
Manufactured according to MARMOT® patented invention.

Diameter and Package:

0,5/0,8/1/1,5/2/3

mm

Reel

100/250

g

 

Fully complies EU directive RoHS

 

Reel

0,5/1/6

Kg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  List of components:

alloyed

 

 

content range

 

 

 

 

U

min.

max.

U

 

Ag 

Silver

 

%

0,000

0,050

%

 

Bi

Bismuth

1,80

%

1,600

2,400

%

 

Fe

Iron

 

%

0,000

0,020

%

 

P

Phosphorus

0, 05

%

0,016

0,200

%

 

Sb

Antimony

 

%

0,000

0,050

%

 

Al

Aluminium

 

%

0,000

0,001

%

 

Cd

Cadmium

 

%

0,000

0,002

%

 

In

Indium

 

%

0,000

0,050

%

 

Pb

Lead

 

%

0,000

0,049

%

 

As

Arsenic

 

%

0,000

0,010

%

 

Cu

Copper

0,65

%

0,600

0,800

%

 

Ni

Nickel

 

%

0,000

0,010

%

 

Zn

Zinc

 

%

0,000

0,001

%

 

Sn

Tin

97,5

%

rest

rest

%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Melting point:

223–225

°C

 

 

 

 

 

Working temperature*:

252

°C

 

 

 

 

 

Working temperature is the temperature when fluidity is the best for soldering