Sn63/Pb37 is a high purity alloy that is composed of 63% tin and 37% lead, and is alloyed in a proprietary method that results in a low drossing, high wet solder. This process reduces suspended oxides in the solder, thus reducing drossing, improving flow, and reducing bridging during soldering. Sn63/Pb37 is a eutectic alloy with a melting point of 183 degrees (361 degrees fahrenheit). Typical applications are wave soldering and plating where Sn63/Pb37 is primarily used as a coating for corrosion protection and as a base for soldering. This alloy is available in bar, solid and cored wire, foil, spheres, preforms, powder, solder paste, ingot, and anode form.