Definition of soldering
Soldering is a process in which metal items are permanently joined together using a filler metal (solder) with a lower melting point than that of the materials being joined. With the temperature difference preserved the solder melts while the components being soldered do not change their state of aggregation.
How do we solder?
- Our production process involves mainly soft soldering i.e. up to 450˚C.
- According to ROHS directive we use lead-free tin
- We solder very small items on PCBs of 1.27 mm pitch
Advantages of soldered joints
- low resistance,
- stability of connection parameters over longer periods,
- new joints can be created easily and quickly,
- resistance to corrosion,
- high strength of joints