Low-Temperature and High-Temperature Solders
Indium Corporation manufactures a wide variety of solder alloys with melting temperatures that range from 47° - 1064°C. When choosing an alloy, there are many key considerations:
- What is the temperature range your components can withstand?
- What is the final operating temperature of your device?
- What thermal properties are you looking for?
- Is CTE mismatch a consideration?
- What other properties, such as Pb-free, will you require?
Once you have your list of requirements, you can start with our Alloy Selector Chart.
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