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CHIP QUIK SMD-1 SMD REMOVAL KIT

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CHIP QUIK SMD Removal Kit is a quick / inexpensive way to remove SMD components without a hot air station using only your soldering iron. The heart of the kit is a length of Chipquik low temperature alloy. This alloy is like a solder that melts at temperatures well below that of normal solder and stays liquid long enough to melt the existing solder, allowing you time to remove the component.

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The CHIP QUIK® SMD Removal Kit is a quick and inexpensive way to remove SMD components from a PCB without a hot air station using only your soldering iron. The heart of the kit is a length of Chipquik low temperature alloy. This alloy is like a solder that melts at temperatures well below that of normal solder (136°F) and stays liquid long enough to melt the existing solder, allowing you time to carefully remove the component.
 
Simply apply a liberal amount of the included flux to the pins of the chip that you want to remove, then use a soldering iron with a flat-edge tip to heat the pins while applying the low temperature alloy. The alloy will remain liquid for a few seconds while you coat all of the connections, once you've coated the pins you should be able to lift the chip free using tweezers or a hemostat. Clean the pads thoroughly and apply fresh solder and you're ready to solder a new part in place.
 
SMD-1 Kit Content: 2.5 ft. CHIP QUIK® Material - Removes 8-10 SMD'S 1 22cc tube of CHIP QUIK® No Clean Rework Paste Flux Alcohol Pads for Cleanup Complete Instructions for SMD Removal and Cleanup

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CHIP QUIK SMD-1 SMD REMOVAL KIT

CHIP QUIK SMD Removal Kit is a quick / inexpensive way to remove SMD components without a hot air station using only your soldering iron. The heart of the kit is a length of Chipquik low temperature alloy. This alloy is like a solder that melts at temperatures well below that of normal solder and stays liquid long enough to melt the existing solder, allowing you time to remove the component.