Reducing The Chances of Having Dry Joints Again In Circuit Board
Sometimes after applying fresh solder on a dry joint in a circuit board, the joint could break again most probably due to the type of solder we are using and few more factors like high temperature environment and vibration. In order to reduce repeated call from customers a fellow ERG member suggested to use the 5% silver content solder lead. Silver melts at a higher temperature thus it would be appropriate to use it in high temperature application.
At Ebay i saw sellers with few different types of 5% silver content solder lead. Personally I have not tried this solder before but if you have used it we would like to hear about your experience. Please leave your valuable comment below-thanks.