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Flo 8 oz. Lead-Free Silver Solder

  • Soldering wire is made with lead-free construction for longevity
  • Silver solder offers melting range from 420-460 °F
  • Designed to be used as a copper pipe solder
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Product Overview

  • Soldering wire is made with lead-free construction for longevity
  • Silver solder offers melting range from 420-460 °F
  • Designed to be used as a copper pipe solder
This Oatey Flo 8 oz. Lead-Free Silver Solder is good for soldering copper pipe and fittings together. It is safe to use in potable water applications. This silver solder has a wide melting range of 415 to 455 degrees Fahrenheit. It can be used for plumbing, HVAC, fire sprinkler and other systems.
  • 95.5% – tin, 3% – copper, 1% – bismuth and less than 2% silver alloy
  • 420 F - 460 F melting range
  • Meets ASTM Standard B-32 and the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act
  • Formulated for plumbing/potable water line applications

Product Overview

  • Soldering wire is made with lead-free construction for longevity
  • Silver solder offers melting range from 420-460 °F
  • Designed to be used as a copper pipe solder
Model #: 290242
Sku #: 737003
Internet #: 100342559

This Oatey Flo 8 oz. Lead-Free Silver Solder is good for soldering copper pipe and fittings together. It is safe to use in potable water applications. This silver solder has a wide melting range of 415 to 455 degrees Fahrenheit. It can be used for plumbing, HVAC, fire sprinkler and other systems.

  • 95.5% – tin, 3% – copper, 1% – bismuth and less than 2% silver alloy
  • 420 F - 460 F melting range
  • Meets ASTM Standard B-32 and the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act
  • Formulated for plumbing/potable water line applications

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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum plate thickness (in.)
2
Outside diameter (in.)
2.25
Product Depth (in.)
2.25
Product Width (in.)
2.25
Wire Length (ft.)
3

Details

Melting Point (F)
460
Product Weight (lb.)
.55lb
Returnable
90-Day
Solder Type
Flux
Soldering Product Type
Solder
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Wire Solder Type
Solid Cored

Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum plate thickness (in.)
2
Outside diameter (in.)
2.25
Product Depth (in.)
2.25
Product Width (in.)
2.25
Wire Length (ft.)
3

Details

Melting Point (F)
460
Product Weight (lb.)
.55lb
Returnable
90-Day
Solder Type
Flux
Soldering Product Type
Solder
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Wire Solder Type
Solid Cored

Questions & Answers

CAN THIS BE USED ON A R-22 HVAC LINE?

CAN THIS BE USED ON A R-22 HVAC LINE?
Asked by: SPARKY
For refrigeration or A/C, use only Stay Brite® 8 by Harris. It contains 6% silver and is very strong.
Answered by: MrCharlie
Date published: 2019-07-25

What percent of silver does this solder contain?

What percent of silver does this solder contain?
Asked by: Rich
@Oatey --- You could also say it has less than 2% Uranium, your spec is bogus.
Answered by: CracklinRose
Date published: 2019-03-21

Can I use it with aluminium , small crack and small hole repair ,?

Asked by: Pcnerdsent
This product is not suitable for aluminum.
Answered by: Gordon
Date published: 2018-04-22

Is this effective with stainless steel?

Closing stainless steel jump rings
Asked by: Jj
The trick to successful soldering of stainless steel alloys is to use a strong acid based flux to break away the really thick protective oxide layer on the stainless steel. This chromium oxide layer is what stops the stainless from rusting and it must first be mechanically abraded away and then quickly treated with the proper stainless acid flux to keep the steel chemically clean so that the solder will bond to the stainless alloy. Most stainless solders are a standard 4% silver, 96% Tin but you can try this one too to see how it performs. If mechanical strength of the bond is important, using the proper silver solder is probably worth the extra expensive and search for the right product. For ultimate strength welding is the way to go with a stainless grade welding wire or rod etc.
Answered by: Sweedld
Date published: 2018-04-16
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