Soder-Wick SW18025 / SW18035 / SW18045 Desoldering Braid Vacupak (10 Bobbin)


Regular price $19.99


* SW18025
* Material:copper and rosin
* Bobbin Size: 5 ft x 0.06 in (1.5 m x 1.5 mm)

* Material:copper and rosin
* Bobbin Size: 5 ft x 0.08 in (1.5 m x 1.9 mm)

* SW18045
* Material:copper and rosin
* Bobbin Size: 5 ft x 0.11 in (1.5 m x 2.8 mm)

* High purity copper wire
* Precision patent preparation
* Unique flux system
* Static dissipative materials
* Vacuum cans packaging
* Nicely wrapped Soldering Wire roll
* Great for many kinds of soldering jobs
* Easy to use Desoldering Wire, easy to Solder
* This Soldering Wire is used for solder part
* For Soldering Iron use, solder parts like boards, cells, electronics devices, radios, inverters, semiconductors, transistors, and other.
When the rework has to be as good as the original, Soder-Wick Desoldering Braid is the brand professionals trust to remove solder. A fully automated and patented manufacturing process assures that you get the highest quality product every time.
Soder-Wick Desoldering Braid pays for itself in perfomance. Time is money, and for rework and repair Soder-Wick gets the job done faster. No other braid cleans up solder as quickly, as thoroughly, and as safely.

Soder-Wick Desoldering Braid beats every other brand in every test:
* Fastest wetting
* Least heat transfer to boards
* Holds more solder
* Will not contaminate
* No reduction in surface insulation resistance (SIR).
Soder-Wick Desoldering Braid meets or exceeds the greatest range of qualitative and performance standards:
* MIL-F-14256 F Type R Flux
* NASA-STD-8739.3 Soldered Electical Connections
* DOD-STD-883E, Method 2022
* Static dissipative bobbin qualifies under MIL-STD-1686C and MIL-HDBK-263B as a non-ESD generator
* Meets the Static Decay Rate Provision of MIL-B-81705C and MIL-STD-2005A
* No-Clean braid meets MIL-STD-883D, Bellcore TR-NWT-000078, ANSI/IPC J SF-818
* No-Clean braid meets parameters tested by the Singapore Institute of Standards and Industrial Research (SISIR) for Solderability
How To Use
1. Place the desoldering wick over the solder to be removed, then push the heated soldering iron tip onto the desoldering wick. The solder will be absorbed.
2. Remove the desoldering wick after the solder has been absorbed.
3. Cut off the used section of the wick using nippers.
4. Repeat steps 1,2 and 3 if the solder is not removed completely. Absorbability may differ depending on the type of solder. Sn63% and 60% (tin content) have good absorbability.