In this entry we will talk about the Kaina brand soldering tin wire.
In this case the package has arrived quite quickly, about two weeks. The price we have paid has been 4.35 euros per unit (4 units) and we have purchased the 1.5mm diameter tin.
- I leave you the link to buy it: Kaina soldering tin
Let’s show some pictures of the packaging:
In this case it is a product that is not delicate. Either way, it always comes in handy for it to come with a bubble paper as is the case.
We can see in the image above, in the cross-section that we have made, the flux that contains inside. Flux is a substance that has the mission of cleaning the surfaces to be welded from impurities or oxides. This gives a higher quality weld.
In this case, we have purchased the 100gr coils, diameter 1.5mm. As can be seen, the weight corresponds to what is indicated by the seller.
Here are the features provided by the seller:
- Cable diameter: 0.6mm-2.0mm
- Flow content: 2.0 (%)
- Melting point: 190 (C)
An important point to keep in mind is that this tin has a ratio of 60/40 (60% tin/40% lead). The higher the lead ratio, the lower the melting point. This is very important to keep in mind if we are going to weld elements that have a great dissipation power, as they can lower the temperature of the weld, and not get well adhered to the tin. We are preparing an entry where we will compare two stretches, one with more lead and one with less, and we will see how the weld looks totally different in each case.
After using this tin, I can assure you that it is really good, and depending on which surface is soldered, there may be noticeable differences from others that are cheaper.
In conclusion, I recommend buying this tin to weld Kaina brand. It is not one of the cheapest, but it is a good product and it is worth it.
I hope you’ve been helpful in the information.
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Thank you very much, and see you next time!