aluminum solder

aluminum solder

[ə′lüm·ə·nəm ′säd·ər]
(metallurgy)
A solder containing up to 15% aluminum, having a melting point above that of the tin-lead solders, and applied with a brazing torch.
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According to Randy Oehrlein, Carley Foundry, Blaine, Minn., the worst way to remove aluminum soldered to a mold is by using a sharp, hard object, like a steel chisel, to hack off the offending material.
Aluminum soldered onto steel can be safely removed two ways.