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When selecting a solder alloy the following should be considered:


  • Electrical characteristic,
  • Soldering temperature,
  • Purity, 
  • Fluidity,
  • Mechanical strength and finally,
  • Economy.


The best combination of the above properties is found in 'bond' solder bar. The following types of solder alloys are used in the electronic industry : 


  • Sn-Pb solder,
  • High melting solder,
  • Low melting solder,
  • Silver bearing solder etc.

The quality of 'bond' solder bar is the best as compared to the other solder bars available in the market. 'bond' solder bar is made with extrusion process which confirms a uniform alloy composition resulting in consistent and reliable quality. The manufacturing process is such that it eliminates the contamination of metallic oxides and virtually drives out all sulphides, non-metallic inclusion and other possible contaminations.




KTE's R & D wing has developed a special solder bar called 'economical solder', by selecting the right composition and introducing a special treatment, which is given at the time of manufacturing. In common solder bars, oxides can build up on the surface of molten solder, to a brownish black mass called dross. On passage of time, the surface of ‘bond’ economical solder becomes glossy in appearance for a longer time. The result is less dross formation on the surface that makes it economical too.