GST No. 27ANAPJ7810L1ZW
Approx. Rs 10.70 / PieceGet Latest PriceProduct Details:
|Minimum Order Quantity||5 Piece|
|Size (Diameter)||4 Inch|
Approx. Rs 500 / KgGet Latest PriceProduct Details:
|Minimum Order Quantity||10 Kg|
|Melting Point||183 DegreeC - 187 DegreeC|
|Usage||for Soldering Electronics|
Soldering is the process of joining two metal components together by melting solder. This soft metal alloy is generally made from a mixture of tin and copper. Depending on the type of solder it has a melting point of between 190 to 840 °F.
This melting point is much lower than the base metal components. During the soldering process, you melt the solder but not the two pieces of metal that you are joining together.
The first step is to clean and position the two pieces of metal you plan on soldering together. You then apply heat with a soldering iron or a gas torch. This melts the solder and connects the two pieces of metal together. There are many different types of welding but they all involve the same basic principle. If you apply enough heat to the base metal components they will melt and fuse together. The temperature required to melt metal is around 6,500 °F.
A filler material is often used to add some extra metal to the join. These welding rods help to ensure that there is enough molten metal to create a strong connection.
Welding rods contain a non-metallic material called flux. This helps to prevent the molten metal from oxidizing, which weakens the connection. Once a welded connection has cooled it is stronger than the two pieces of base metal.
Depending on the type of welding there are a few different ways of producing the required heat. Electrical welding machines use a high-current arc to melt the metal. Oxyacetylene gas torches use an intense flame to heat up and melt the metal. Soldering allows you to join a range of different metals together. These include copper, brass, iron, silver, and gold. It is mostly used to make electrical connections and for non-structural metal connections.
Soldering is commonly used to join together the electrical components on circuit boards. Using solder makes it possible to connect these tiny components without using electrical wire.
Another common application of soldering is in plumbing. Copper pipes are joined together with a leak-proof connection by heating them and using solder to seal the join.
Soldering is also used to make jewelry and musical instruments like trumpets. A wide range of industries uses welding to make high-strength structural metal connections. Making these structural welds requires a lot of equipment, experience, and skill.
Depending on the type of metals you want to weld together you should use MIG or TIG welding. All welding machines create a bond strong enough to withstand extreme stress.
Some common applications of welding are sheet metal fabrication plants, construction, shipbuilding, and heavy machinery repairs.
Welding is used extensively on automobile and aircraft assembly lines. It is also used to connect industrial pipes. Soldering does not require much experience or equipment to get started. The temperatures required to melt the solder are also fairly low, making it safer for DIY hobbyists.
Another benefit of soldering is that once you have made the joint you can easily melt the solder and separate the connection. This makes it easy to re-do mistakes until you get them right.
The biggest advantage of solder is that it is simple to join different types of metal together. It is also possible to easily join components that have different thicknesses.
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|Type||Wire Mesh Cable Tray|
|Cable Tray Coating||Galvanized Coating|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
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