This high-reliability flux-cored solder wire generates very little spatter even with the high solder tip temperatures required to burn off polyurethane insulating enamel. The SN100C alloy reduces risk of copper erosion during soldering and slow growth of the interfacial intermetallic layer in service.
Other features of the flux cored solder wire include low flux spattering, minimal cracking of flux residue, low fuming and odor, and cost-effective high-temperature soldering. The wire also can be used with soldering tip temperature up to 480�C.
For more information on the new SN100C(510) lead-free flux cored solder wire product line, visit http://www.nihonsuperior.co.jp
About Nihon Superior Co. Ltd.
Nihon Superior was founded in 1966 when it began marketing unique flux products imported from the US. The company made its mark on society by gathering the most advanced soldering and brazing technologies and products from around the world, and supplying them to companies in the metal-joining industry. A turning point for the company came when it started developing its own soldering materials and with the success of its unique SN100C lead-free solder alloy Nihon Superior has become a major player in the global market. To support the growing demand for its products Nihon Superior has established manufacturing and sales centers in Japan, China and other Asian countries and formed business partnerships with companies in other markets.