Our tin-silver alloy can be used on both ferrous and non-ferrous metals; it is highly recommended for difficult repairs, as well as for soldering critical joints, both safely and quickly. Its composition offers a wide range of melting temperatures that facilitate its use, as well as excellent capillary flow.
The tin-silver alloy we manufacture is Sn96 and Sn94 -characterized by their low melting temperature (between 221 °C and 280 °C)-, so it is also known as soft soldering. It is a alloy with superior bond strength when compared with tin-lead alloys, has a coloration close to stainless steel, and is generally used in the food industry due to its non-toxic property.
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