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Desoldering Braid, No-Clean, Yellow #2, Static Dissipative Bobbin, Copper, 5ft x 0.055"

1821-5F - Desoldering Braid, No-Clean, Yellow #2, Static Dissipative Bobbin, Copper, 5ft x 0.055"

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Manufacturer:
TECHSPRAY TECHSPRAY
Manufacturer Part No:
1821-5F
Newark Part No.:
49M0732
Technical Datasheet:
1821-5F   Datasheet
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Product Information

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Copper
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1.4mm
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5ft
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Product Overview

The 1821-5F is a 5ft #2 No-clean Desoldering Braid with flux coated. Cleanest wick, clear, non-reactive residues which will not leave ionic residue and avoid dendrite failure. It has pre-fluxed copper braid that is used to remove solder, which allows components to be replaced and excess solder to be removed.
  • Yellow colour
  • No-clean flux coated braid
  • Cleanest wick - Clear, non-reactive residues
  • Will not leave ionic residue - Avoids dendrite failure
  • Exceeds MIL-F-14256 standards

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