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This MG Chemicals 421 Liquid Tin is a clear immersion tin for coating a copper substrate or solder deposit with a dense tin coating. It tinplates copper circuits on PC boards in 5 minutes or less at room temperature for immediate soldering capability. It leaves a dense coating, and it contains no co-deposited organics for strong resistance to oxidation. Liquid Tim can be readily soldered, has a long shelf life, and does not require mixing or diluting. Residues can be rinsed away with warm water for easy cleanup. Liquid Tin will cover 3600 square inches of board per half liter of solution, and it is Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) compliant. This solution is strongly acidic; protective gloves, clothing, and eye protection must be worn.
MG Chemicals manufactures chemical products for the electronics industry. The company, founded in 1955 and headquartered in Surrey, BC, Canada, meets International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard 9001.
The liquid tin easily and quickly puts a very slim layer of tin on your circuit boards. I just poured the chemical into a glass tray, waited for 5 minutes and that's it! Read morePublished 8 hours ago by mhogan
For years I have used the Tin-It type of crystals to tin PCBs. That solution will go bad and not work after several months. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert J. Fouch
Works amazingly well. Tins your PCB copper traces in quickly and easily. Reusable, so it should last for many boards.Published 3 months ago by Eddie
Product worked exactly as advertised. Would purchase from them again.Published 3 months ago by DuWayne Schmidlkofer
Easiest way to "tin" your diy boards to keep the copper from tarnishing. It solders very easily.Published 5 months ago by Rick G.