GSParts Harris Stay-Silv Silver White Brazing Flux Paste for Hi Temperature, SSWF7
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A Harris safety silver number 56, 45 for brazing stainless steel is an example. With regard to soldering stainless steel, I found Harris stay clean liquid flux to work the best. The Harris safety silver number 8 solder was also needed. Having yet to test Harris Bridgit solder on beer component applications, I have had more success using this This may be of some help. It is best to start by working on practice pieces
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Bandsaw blades can be silver soldered back together with this.
I love how easy it is There is no problem with the application process! It is a resource that I will return to time and time.
Copper and steel are good for each other.
This flux is used to solder copper to brass when I solder a pump down valve on a walk-in cooler. With this flux you can solder copper to steel, brass to steel, but be sure to use silver solder of 45 % or more. In the refrigeration industry, I would be unable to function without it. I'm sorry, it takes oxygen. It is up to us to act. In order to accomplish the job, it must flow like butter when it is heated to 1200 degrees.
You should have it if you repair seal systems. Copper and aluminum respond really well to this treatment.
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