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soldering silver to brass

When you are intending to soldering silver to brass, you need to keep the following things in mind in order to guarantee that your project will work out well. First things first, you need to check that you have the appropriate flux. This is essential since doing so will prevent the weld from becoming excessively weak and will also prevent it from warping. After that, you need to make certain that you do not put an excessive amount of solder onto the brass.


SSQ-6 is a high strength silver solder and flux combo that is suitable for bonding a wide variety of metals. It is cadmium free, has the highest silver content on the market and is capable of removing oxidized stainless steel. It's also easy to use. It's a big time contender in the world of metal working. You can buy five feet of 1/16th inch wire for less than $8.

Using a MAPP gas torch makes silver soldering a breeze. You can find a newer, more efficient torch in most hardware stores. This torch burns much hotter than the standard household butane torch and makes silver soldering a breeze. It's also the most efficient way to get the job done.

The best way to find out which torch is right for you is to go to the hardware store and ask. Several new torches burn MAPP gas. You can then choose the one that's best suited to your needs.

You may check our other silver products such as 45 silver solder, pure silver powder, silver metallic powder, atomized silver powder, fine silver powder and more.

Why choose TIJO Metal Materials soldering silver to brass?

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