Introduction Of Enameled Copper Strip Paint Removal

  •   The way to paint is to use sulfuric acid, a few use paint stripper, but this is a bit expensive, only used for proofing, large products can not be used! The brother mentioned above can be used, just use high-power ferrochromium. Another way is to actually use a lighter to burn the place where you want to take off. When you see a burst of smoke, you can apply the tin. I This has always been done, but the safest way is to scrape it with a knife. Because the above method has a little bit of residue attached to it, it will be unfavorable to use tin.

       scraped with a knife

       The thicker and the harder ones, just use needle-nose pliers to clamp and twist them back and forth. The softer and finer ones are only scratched.

    Apply rosin to the broken end of enameled rectangular aluminum wire, and then intrude the section into the molten tin of the soldering iron tip. Since the section is not painted, the tin is applied, and the temperature is transferred to the enameled wire when the temperature is good. There is no paint around the section. Rely on, it will fall off soon, and the tin will be soon! The key points are three points: stick rosin at the broken end, immerse the section in molten tin, and the temperature of the soldering iron should be higher!

    There is a paint remover, the model is CC-4. This paint remover has no corrosion to the metal substrate, rapid paint removal, and the removed paint film is in a block shape, does not adhere to the metal core wire, and the core wire can be removed after the paint is removed. Excellent weldability. It is suitable for the occasions where the electronic and electrical industry needs to quickly remove the paint, replacing the old methods such as the original knife scraping and burning. Available at chemical stores.

      Ordinary wire, thin wire can be tinned directly when the soldering iron temperature is 400. Use a knife to scrape the thick thread with sandpaper. Do not advocate using fire. This will oxidize the wire, and even if it can be tinned and inspected thoroughly under a microscope, there will be too many pores.

      Dip it in a 400 degree tin bath to remove the paint protection wire surface, and at the same time, it will be tinned.

       first slightly heat it with fire, then lightly sand it with fine sandpaper until it is shiny

       pay attention to heating with the inner flame of fire

       Outer flame temperature is too high, simple burn

      enameled copper strip is heated with an alcohol lamp, and a small amount of borax is applied before soldering