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silver solder

[′sil·vər ‚säd·ər]
(metallurgy)
A solder composed of silver, copper, and zinc, having a melting point lower than silver but higher than lead-tin solder. Also known as silver-brazing alloy.

silver solder

Any high-melting-point solder containing silver, usually used for soldered joints where high strength is required.
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But that sort of ads to the magic of it all, to see that kind of silver solder work
In general, a top quality silver solder alloy has no sensitivity to the alloy of the base material.
With the use of cadmium metal no longer allowed in silver solder, the lower priced and hardware store silver solders will not work.
If you can get the entire joint area of the assembly hot enough to melt all of the silver solder in the joint at the same time, the parts can be separated.
Use ONLY 95-5 solder with noncorrosive flux on 1-1/4 and smaller and silver solder on 1-1/2 and larger.
Suggestion: We think Brownells still offers a lower temp/high strength silver solder blend you could use when reinstalling the tube.
Alternately, you could silver solder it back on; but, either way, be prepared to reblue the revolver.
Tenders are invited for Nozzle Mixing Cutter, 3 Piped Made From Brass Stampings And Silver Solder Joint, Should Be Light Weight, Durable With Rear Mounted Colour Coated Valves For Oxygen And Acetylene, S.
Jewelers and enamelers brave far greater cadmium risks than painters, he adds: "The major concern is soldering with low-melting silver solders that contain about 20 to 30 percent cadmium.
Products of NetBraze includes standard BCuP brazing alloys, BAg silver solders and fluxes, and innovative technologies including QuickCoil, which offers nearly 22-feet of non-stop brazing, eliminating leftover scrapped stubs produced by traditional brazing rods, and products with lower braze temperatures that make the brazing process more efficient.