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Solder Stay-Brite Kit with Flux

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Product Overview

A low melting, (430°F), tin-silver alloy in convenient kit form. Kit contains 1/2 oz. (3/64 in. Dia) wire and 1/2 oz. Stay Clean liquid flux. Excellent choice for all applications. Suitable for food contact, (NSF Standard 51). Meets ASTM B32.
  • Tin/silver alloy and flux in a convenient kit
  • Bonds most all metals except aluminum and magnesium
  • Excellent high-strength, high-ductility solder for all purposes
  • Listed with the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) for food contact applications

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size (oz.)
1
Product Depth (in.)
3
Product Height (in.)
8.25
Product Width (in.)
5.25

Details

Color Family
Gray
Flux required
Yes
Flux Type
Soldering Flux
Maximum Flux Temperature (F)
430
Returnable
30-Day
Solder Type
Wire
Soldering Product Type
Solder
Tools Product Type
Other

Questions & Answers

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Can I use this to solder hvac lines and if so what type torch do I need? Thanks Mark

Asked by Mark April 14, 2020
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The answer is... maybe. The problem isn't mechanical strength or pressure, but temperature. On a suction line, should be no problem. But if your high-side temperatures get too close to the melting temperature of the solder... look out. What refrigerant(s) will you be using?

Will this solder work to solder a small disk of 20 ga. stainless sheet metal to end of 3/16" stainless rod?

Asked by Mina November 6, 2018
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yes

Can this flux be used to replace my bad capacitors in my LCD tv?

Asked by Jimmy R September 10, 2013
3
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No it is an acid type flux

Can this soder be used for copper foil method stained glass?

Asked by ME February 10, 2013
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I would not use this for stained glass work. The solder that comes with this is a very thin coil, while professional stained glass solder is 1/4" to 3/4" in thickness. I think you would have a hard time making a good bead with such a thin coil. I used this product to repair a joint on a leaded panel, and I think this would work great on repairs if one is in a pinch. I did stained glass for about four years, and made some projects for my house such as a fireplace screen and small window panel, and a big panel for my bathroom, doing both copper foil and lead. With copper foil method, you need to make that nice even bead, and I just don't see how to do that with solder so thin.

Can I use this to solder galvanize sheet metal?

Asked by Lalo October 23, 2017
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Yes

What is the percentage of Silver? Can this be used to repair band saw blades?

Asked by Donald December 9, 2018
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4% silver and as I recall mostly tin with no lead. It is way stronger than conventional lead/tin solder but is definitely not strong enough for repairing band saw blades.

Can I use this to bond thin steel to cast aluminum.

Asked by TP November 28, 2016
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NO

in this kit is this kit the Stay-Brite 8 solder?

Asked by tc July 26, 2017
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I thin so but it has been a while since I have been to the Stay Brite web site.

Can this product be used for small metal/steel craft projects like brazing bolts and nuts togethe...

Asked by DW October 2, 2019
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This product works very well for soldering small brass items. It is very easy to manipulate. I don’t know how well it works with steel.

Can I join 3/16 mild steel rod together with this

Asked by Will August 12, 2016
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It will join them but for any decent strength you will need a weld.

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Purchased to solder stainless steel #120 mesh filter material inside stainless steel #20 mesh wye sediment filter to filter smaller particles. With the flux and solder I was able to securely join the two materials.
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Just what I needed. It was great to find my Local Home Depot was able to provide high quality soldering materials. It was nice not to get hit with a real high price like you get from electronic specialty stores. Thanks!
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Just make you have the metal brushed or scraped clean first. The flux works great. Allows for a...
Just make you have the metal brushed or scraped clean first. The flux works great. Allows for a easy flow of the solder over the metal. Solder is very strong also.
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