Hakko WICK No Clean 2.0mm 1.5m Desolder braid

£1.72
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SKU
HFR150-84

Hakko WICK No Clean 2.0mm 1.5m Desolder braid
Economical and easy-to-use Desolder braid
Handy for the removal of solder after dismounting surface-mounted components including BGAs

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<p>Faster thermal transmission for superior performance at lower temperature and with lower wattage soldering irons.</p>
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<p>Three different<br />Regular type : Rosin flux treated copper braid<br />Unflux type : Untreated copper braid<br />No clean type : Low residue flux treated copper braid<br />                        Using ESD SAFE package</p>
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<p><strong>Removal for thru-hole...</strong></p>
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<p><strong>Removal for bridging...</strong></p>
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<h3><strong>Usage/Applications</strong></h3>
<p>Desoldering wire is used to remove solder from an elemental device or from patterns on a printed circuit board (PCB) from which surface-mounted devices such as BGA (ball grid array) have been removed.</p>
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<p><strong> Trick to remove solder well with the desoldering wire</strong></p>
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<p><br />Wrong use of the desoldering wire may tear patterns from a PCB or damage discrete components. In order to prevent these problems, make sure to take the preventive measure below:</p>
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<li><strong>Apply a bit of solder to the tip of solder iron.</strong></li>
<li><strong>Apply a bit of solder to the tip of the desoldering wire. Cut the soldered tip of the wire at an angle of 45 degrees. Solder should remain attached.</strong></li>
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<p>Preliminary soldering improves heat conductance. <u></u></p>
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<p>Put the desoldering wire onto the soldering part.</p>
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<p>Press the desoldering wire with the soldering iron on the wire</p>
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<p>After melted with the heat of the soldering tip, the solder is sucked up into the desoldering wire</p>
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<td style="width: 666.932px;">Be careful not to press the soldering tip down for too long. Otherwise, the pattern will come off.</td>
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<p>Remove the desoldering wire and soldering iron at the same time.</p>
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