Solder Paste! Make your own SMT projects!Sold By Pieco, Ships from United States of America
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Now offering three great Chip Quik pastes! Please read warning and shipping options carefully! Also available bundled with the Pieco Paste Press at super-discount price! What It Is We're now offeri...Read More…
We're now offering three different types of Chip Quik Paste
T3 Leaded, No-Clean The product that put Chip Quik on the map. An exceptional, and affordable, all-around paste. Works great for passives and bigger components. Excellent results with the Pieco Paste Press with the included 20ga needle.
Type 5 Leaded, No-Clean The very small particles are ideal for all type of SMD prototyping, down to the finest pads. Works great with the Pieco Paste Press, even with the finest dispensing tips.
Type 5 No-Lead, No-Clean, Low-Temp This is a very special paste with a 42%Tin/58%Bismuth formulation, and a melting point of just 138C/281F! You could, for example, do reflow with a halogen lamp! Also great for keeping everything scorch-free in a toaster oven or on a hot-plate.
ChipQuik products are famous for being the highest quality, and best value in their class. And Pieco is happy to offer them at a great price! We ship the standard ChipQuik package, which contains 35g/1.2 oz of quality solder paste for whichever type you choose.
Our Chip Quick pastes have a 12 month refrigerated shelf life; 6 months at room temperature. They ship with with a plunger and a 18ga Standard Needle tip.
For all SMD solder needs. You want to solder like the big boys? You need some paste, and Chip Quik is the leading brand in the world.
UPDATE: We're cleared for International Shipping!
Solder Paste degrades with heat - the higher temperature, the faster it goes bad. You'll know it's degraded if it gets alternately runny and too thick, or if you can separation. Oh, and if it freezes, it gets messed up, too. So:
Consider these (and any soldering materials) to be hazardous materials. Wash you hands after using, or better yet, use gloves. Use fume extractors, supervise children, do not give yourself solder paste tattoos, do not eat, etc. etc.
Paul | May 30, 2014
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