Dip soldering

Dip soldering

We offer our customers soldering of metal and ceramic parts by submersion in a solder bath. Parts being soldered are submerged in a bath with a molten solder, they will warm up, and the solder will fill up and seal the joints.

Advantages of dip soldering: joining of all common metals and ceramics, joining of structural components with great differences in walls, watertight connection thermally and electrically conductive.

Another method we offer is manual soldering with a soft solder and mounting of printed-circuit boards.
 
The purpose of soldering in electronics is both electric and mechanical connection. Manual soldering is accomplished by the short-term heating of a point of contact of the components, together with the solder and flux. Heat is supplied through the contact of a metal tip (soldering iron) heated electrically to a temperature slightly higher than the melting point of the solder used.