Lincoln Electric

Model # 56KPOP

Internet # 100672839

Stay-Silv 56 Brazing Kit

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Model # 56KPOP

Internet # 100672839

Effectively join copper, brass, bronze, steel and stainless-steel materials with the Lincoln Electric Stay-Silv 56 Brazing Kit. This kit includes a jar of Stay-Silv white flux and coil of braze wire that is constructed from a high-silver-content alloy.

  • Join copper, brass, bronze, steel and stainless-steel materials
  • Silver color is excellent match for stainless-steel and silverware applications
  • Suitable for use in the food processing industry
  • Versatile braze alloy is comprised of 56% silver, 22% copper, 17% zinc and 5% tin
  • Low melting temperature (1,205 degrees Fahrenheit) offers excellent flowing properties for effective penetration into joints
  • NSF listed
  • Meets American Welding Society (AWS) A5.8, class bag-7
  • Includes 1 oz. of braze wire and 1.75 oz. of Stay-Silv white flux
  • Made in USA

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Do you have in store at the Moses Lake, 98837 Washington state store?
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January 23, 2013
Hi Dennis,
Thank you for asking. This is an online exclusive item and is not available in your local Home Depot store. It can be ordered online and shipped directly to your home or business. Unfortunately this item is on backorder with an timeframe of 2-3 weeks. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Silver brazing kit I have a old welding machine and it stopped working, examined it and found that the silver contacts had worn through, used this kit to braze (another word for solder - but at a higher temperature) new silver contacts onto copper. Used a standard butane blow torch, frankly it just did not have the power, took most of the day to cut the pieces to the correct shape and thickness then to try to braze them. Took a long time for the silver to melt, I guess i need an oxy acty torch, that would have made the brazing process quicker. The product worked as it should, just that I had the wrong tools to melt the "solder". December 11, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Flux and Great Brazing rod A good option for hard silver soldering (brazing). This kit provides both the flux and high silver solder to braze stainless steel, steel or copper. It would be nice if instructions mentioned the need to clean the surfaces to be brazed first by sanding and than by wiping with acetone. For my use a package with 5 ounces of silver solder would be better than this one ounce package. (The bottle of flux is large enough for over 10 ounces of solder.) March 27, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Its a silver solder brazing kit If you need some thing stronger than solder this works June 5, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by quality product at a great price I needed to fix some small rust holes in a large tank, but do not own oxy/act torches to braze them up. I used this stuff (or something very similar) years ago as a tool & die maker in place of brazing for high strength bonding at a lower temperature. Wasn't sure I could get enough heat out of my propane torch to make it work on the large tank, but I thought I would try this first for the low price. Came 4 days after I placed the order, even though I did not pay for express shipping. Can't beat that! Experimented on a piece of flat scrap steel about .090 thick that I drilled a 3/32 hole through. Took a couple of tries but I could easily get it hot enough and with the flux the product flowed easily. A little tricky to cover the hole without it all being sucked through it, but I figured it out. Moved onto the tank. Cleaned it up real good, spent some time to get the part of the tank being repaired as close to at the top as possible so the silver solder would pool at the hole without running off. Worked really well, with propane torch providing more than enough heat to heat the tank and melt the silver solder. Filed the excess off when I was done and painted it to match. I probably used about 1/4 of the silver solder and even less of the flux to fix four holes (including my test hole). If I ever have any larger jobs I would buy the Stay-Silv-56 rods Home Depot sells instead of the wire roll in this kit. This kit is best for small jobs. From other shopping I did on the web, Home Depot was the cheapest and I got it really fast. Would buy this again if I ever use the rest of it up. January 11, 2012
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