|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Number|
|Brand||Indian and Imported|
|Melting Point||100 degree celcius|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Soldering is the more traditional method of wire termination, and it’s also the most economical. Soldering involves melting and cooling an alloy composed of lead, tin, brass, or silver into solder cups to bond a wire conductor to a contact. This method is typically recommended for general-duty and industrial applications that require reliable signal and power connections.
Unlike crimp terminations that require specialized tools, nearly any size wire and solder contact can be terminated with a basic soldering kit. Because the tooling is so minimal and the only materials required are solder and flux, there can be significant cost savings. In short, the primary benefit of soldering lies in its affordability.