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Solder Slug Pellets - Flux Core

Solder Slug Pellets - Flux Core

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Solder Slug Pellets with Flux Core for Copper Battery Cable Ends & Lugs
Part Number: CL-ASST
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Solder Slug Pellets with Flux Core

for Battery Terminals, Lugs, and other Copper Cable Ends

   
These solder pellets provide maximum conductivity and a corrosion-proof seal. The result is a high quality termination without the need for expensive crimping tools. The pre-measured amount of solder is color coded to match industry standard wire size identification colors. The flux core prevents dirt and contaminants from interfering with the soldering process. 

We also have the CL-Flux which is recommended to aid in the cable soldering available in our store as well. A few drops on the cable strands before inserting into the melted solder really help the solder to flow around the strands and form a nice bond. 

You have a choice of sizes and quantity so you can get what you need or create your own assortment.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1. Using the proper sized cable, measure the amount of insulation to be stripped by placing the cable next to the
length of the barrel. Mark the cable with your thumb at the point where it meets the end of the open barrel.
2. Strip the cable using a cable stripping device. After removing the insulation, check by inserting the cable
into the barrel to make sure the insulation is snug against the top of the barrel.
3. Next, secure the battery terminal in a vise. Make sure that the offset portion of the barrel is facing you.
4. Place the proper solder pellet into the barrel of the terminal.
5. Slide the heat shrinkable tubing over the cable.
6. Apply several drops of the liquid flux to the exposed wire strands.
7. Pre-heat the solder and terminal with a propane torch according to the Preheating Time Table.
Make sure that you are heating the offset portion of the terminal barrel.
8. After pre-heating, carefully insert the exposed cable into the barrel of the terminal and continue to heat.
9. As the solder melts, allow the exposed wire strands to sink into the terminal until the insulation is snug
against the top of the barrel.
10. Slide the heat shrinkable tubing over the connection and apply indirect heat to the tubing.
11. When the tubing has fully recovered, remove the heat source and allow the connection to cool.

Preheating Time Table
Part#    Time(sec)
CL-6       0:06
CL-4       0:06
CL-2       0:09
CL-1       0:15
CL-0       0:11
CL-00     0:13
CL-000   0:15
CL-0000 0:30

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