lead solder

lead solder

[′led ′säd·ər]
(metallurgy)
Solder composed of a lead alloy.
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Water that sits in contact with lead solder, or with the lead in some brass fixtures, for long periods will have higher levels of contamination.
Tenders are invited for Lead Solder Soft Is: 193 Grc/1982 Tin 50 Percent Lead 50 Percent.
In 2006, the European Union banned lead solder in some electronic devices due to landfill concerns.
In 1988 the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC 1988) began enforcing the Federal Hazardous Substances Act restricting the use of lead solder in plumbing.
Using lead solder allows the CAD designer to create land patterns that accommodate a variety of alternate component packages, even when they have slightly different component lead dimensions.
Pelletier, director of public health, said the elevated lead levels come from lead solder used to connect pipes in some homes built before 1986.
This not only eliminated the need to use lead solder all together, but also produced a board that is 75 percent smaller, because everything is located on one side.
I don't blame OMAFRA or CFIA for my recall, but for not stopping the manufacturers from using lead solder sooner than they did.
The age of a home could affect the lead content in tap water because older homes are more likely to have lead pipes or lead solder in the plumbing.
Organs are under threat because of European Union regulation outlawing lead solder in electrical goods.
Up to 50 jobs could be at risk at Harrison & Harrison in Meadowfield, Durham, because of legislation to come into force on July 1 banning the use of lead solder in electrical goods
Up to 50 jobs could be at risk at Harrison & Harrison in Meadowfield, Durham, because of legislation to come into force in July banning the use of lead solder in electrical goods.