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  • MG Chemicals UK

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    A renowned quality brand in Canada and the USA, MG Chemicals are expanding into the UK and Continental EU.

    The MG range is now available at Circuit Specialists and the MG product will soon be in high demand for industrial applications and with hobbyists alike.

    To cater for that demand, MG Chemicals are now stocking many of their popular items in the UK.

    Circuit Specialists can deliver from the UK by road at competitive rates. Check our shipping calculator to find excellent rates with quality courier services such as DPD, TNT and Royal Mail.

    MG's commitment to quality, and the flexibility of an in-house R&D lab make MG your best choice.

    View the MG Website here:

    www.mgchemicals.com

    And View the Company Video HERE:

    Make MG Chemicals your first choice when it comes to Chemical Products.

     

  • Jargon Buster

    As with any industry, electronics has a language of its own. Here are some definitions for some of the most common terminology you may come across on our site.

    3D Printer – 3D printer is a process of making three-dimensional solid objects from a computer model on a digital file

    AC – Alternating current

    Circuit – A complete and closed path of electrical elements including capacitors, resistors, inductors, transmission lines, switches and power source, around which a electric current can flow and circulate Continue reading

  • Soldering Jewellery

    Soldering can have many applications, one of them being jewellery making.

    Jewellery making is up there as one of the biggest businesses in arts and crafts, and soldering gives you the freedom to create unique pieces, as well as practise your technique.

    Methods

    There are two different methods to soldering jewellery: Continue reading

  • Improve Your Soldering Technique

    Soldering is defined as "the joining of metals by a fusion of alloys, which have relatively low melting points". In other words, you use a metal that has a low melting point to adhere the surfaces to be soldered together. It is the only way to fix components to a circuit. Continue reading

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