Soldering tin production
Our company has significant experience of soldering tin production. In our foundry we execute lead-free and leaded solder production based on specific industry needs. Industries such as electronics and construction, have particular requirements and we strive to meet those requirements based on our customers’ requests.
During the alloy production we use high clarity raw materials and based on the customers’ individual demand we form it with our casting, pressing and drawing machines (products include solder wire, solder rods, pellets and blocks).
The utilization of soldering tin is extensive. In accordance with the RoHS standards the electronics industry uses our tin-silver-copper and tin-copper alloys as solder rods, solder wire or as pellets. Our tin-lead alloys are widely used by not just the hobby solderers (mainly wires) and by tinsmiths (stick) however, in the electronics industry as well for specific purposes (wires). We are also producing solder for lamp factories, solder alloys for paste production and copper soldering in the field of building engineering and the food industry.
- Blocks – mainly 10-15kg blocks
- Rods – 1 and 3,5 kg soldering tin with hanging bracket
- Wires – (0,5 – 6 mm diameter, in roll), with different compounds both in solid form and with flux
- Pellets – 1 – 2 cm length, 8 mm width pieces are helping the faster melting of the metals
- Stick – usually tinsmith products presentation
Ammonium-chloride flux: this material has a strong cleansing effect with good oxide and sulphide solvent action. The material can be removed with warm water.
Urea flux: strongly corrosive organic flux with excellent cleansing action. Material remaining after process completion can be removed by water.
Resin flux: Organic, activated by halogens, good flowing characteristic and under normal circumstances it is corrosion-free. Material remaining after process completion can be removed by alcohol.
A-17 flux: Halogen-free flux therefore it leaves no remains.
Al-10 flux: A-10 flux is very suitable for soldering aluminium parts (e.g. producing lamps, solar cells)
In addition, we have our special products, which are unique alloys with soldering intervals differing from the usual 180 – 240 °C. The use of the high melting point products is common for lamps in ovens and cars. The low melting point soldering is new territory for our company however we have carried out research in the field which took energy efficiency into consideration.