Electronic Solders

Solders for Electronics

Our solders are manufactured to exceed the purity requirements outlined in the IPC J-STD-006 standard, as well as proprietary customer specifications. Every batch of solder is traceable back to the raw materials and all electronic solders are made from only pure, virgin metals. Analysis is provided with every order

Solder Alloys Selection Chart

This list describes our most commonly used alloys

Tin/LeadMelt CSolid CPaste CSuggested Use
63/371831830The preferred alloy for all general purpose electronic soldering. A eutectic solder with a low melting point temperature, easy to use, forms bright shiny joints.
60/401911838Where cost is important this alloy provide almost the same properties as 63/37 at slightly lower price. The disadvantage is the 8 degree pasty phase.
62/36/2Ag18917712The silver content reduces leaching when soldering to silver surfaces, such as plated on connections on ceramic or glass.

Environmentally Safe Solders for Electronics

Tin/LeadMelt CSolid CPaste CSuggested Use
96.5 3Ag/.5Cu219217426A preferred PB free alloy for all general purpose electronic soldering. Easy to work with and forms bright shiny joints.
99.3 .7Cu227441441Euctectic solder with low melting point temperature, forms bright shiny joints. Alloy preferred due to low cost.

Contact us for details of other alloys, including lead-free, high and low temperature solders. We will happily develop a custom alloy for you.

We offer the most competitive prices in North America! The cost of raw materials is constantly changing, so please call us for the latest figures.

Solder Bars and Wire – With or without flux core of Water Soluble, No-Clean, or RMA fluxes

Electronic Plating Anodes

Copper Anodes (Balls, Nuggets, Bars)Download
Cu Phos , cast
Cu Phos, rolled
Cu Brite , rolled
Cu Brite, O2-free
Cu Rounds


Other Anodes (Solder,Tin, Zinc, Brass)Download
Nickel Cathode
Nickel R-Rounds
Nickel S-Rounds
Zinc
Tin
63/37 Solder
60/40 Solder
80/20 Brass
70/30 Brass