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"Tin Solder coating for mil 202 method 208"



2004

Hi,

I have brass parts to quote on in work and one part specifies a "Solder coating 300 to 500 microinches" that must pass a solderability test per mil-std-202, method 208. The other part calls for a Tin Solder Coating 0.0078 to 0.0127mm. I have no idea what this finish is, I know it is used in the electronics industry but we are mostly involved in the semi conductor and medical industries.

Any help would be appreciated.

John Hayes
Engineering component mfgr. - Dublin, Ireland
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2004

The solder coating you may be looking for should be covered under MIL-T-10727 (ASTM B545 [affil. link to spec at Techstreet] ) or AMSP81728.

Good luck.

Gregory Smith
- Newtown, Pennsylvania, USA
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