Dispensing Tips for Solder Paste (and other highly viscous materials) - lowest backflow pressureSold By Pieco, Ships from United States of America
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NEW! Jumbo Assortment, 50 tips! See below! NEW! Stackable, reusable packaging! What It Is Tapered Dispensing Tips are a great alternative for very high viscosity materials, or for gels like SMD ...Read More…
Tapered Dispensing Tips are a great alternative for very high viscosity materials, or for gels like SMD adhesives and fluxes. Also great for preventing scratches on surfaces. Tapered Tips have the least backflow pressure of any other kind. Compatible with any Luer Lock syringe barrel, and they've been tested with the Pieco Paste Press!
Or, if you're not sure which to go with - select the assortment, and you'll get all three sizes, plus both sizes of our Standard Tips - a total of 50 tips a total of 50 tips (10 of each size, 18ga and 20ga standard, 20ga, 22ga and 24ga tapered).
Disclaimer: not all tips will be compatible with all materials, or even different batches of the same material. When in doubt, go with the largest tip that your application supports. We do not guarantee compatibility.
1.25" Taper Length. Available in 20ga, 22ga or 24ga - just choose the option that you prefer.
Tapered tips are great because they won't scratch delicate surfaces, they have less back-pressure than metal tips, and they're more precise for lower viscosity materials like adhesives.
Ideal for non-electronics crafts, very thick solder paste, adhesives and fluxes. Cut the end if you want a bigger gauge!
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