Eliminate the need to apply flux and soldering wire separately by using flux-cored soldering wire. The flux core helps prevent oxidation and ensures strong joints with good electrical conductivity.
General Purpose Lead-Free Rosin-Flux Core
Lead-free soldering wire has a higher melting point than lead-based wire and is suitable for soldering a variety of electrical components. The wire has a rosin-flux core and is sometimes known as passive flux wire.
Lead-Based Rosin-Flux Core for Sensitive Electronics
This lead-based soldering wire, also known as soft solder, has a lower melting temperature than lead-free wire and is ideal for soldering heat-sensitive electronic components. The wire has a rosin-flux core and is sometimes known as passive flux wire.
Lead-Free Rosin-Flux Core for HVAC
Use this lead-free silver-tin soldering wire (sometimes known as hard solder) for making strong, vibration-resistant joints in HVAC applications. The wire has a rosin-flux core and is sometimes known as passive flux wire.
Acid-Flux Core for Non-Potable Plumbing
Sometimes called active flux wire, this soldering wire has an acid-flux core and creates strong joints in non-potable plumbing applications. Not for use on electronics.