Harris Safety-Silv 56FC - 56% Silver Brazing Rod 56F3184

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Harris Safety-Silv® 56 - 56% Flux-Coated Silver Brazing Rod 56F3184

4 Ounce Tube - Harris Safety-Silv® 56 Flux Coated Brazing Rod - 56% Silver for premium quality brazes on ferrous and non-ferrous alloys. Often used to braze stainless steel for food service.

Safety-Silv® 56 is a free flowing alloy with unsurpassed capillary attraction and deep penetration. Ductility is high, and corrosion resistance is excellent. Offers highest elongation of silver brazing alloys. Can be used in the food processing industry. Silver color is an excellent match for stainless steel and silverware applications. NSF certified to NSF 51.

  • 1/16" X 18" flux-coated brazing sticks
  • Chemical Composition: 56% Silver, 22% Copper, 17% Zinc, 5% Tin
  • Specifications: AWS/A5.8 Class BAg-7, NSF 51
  • Liquidus Temperature: 1205 degrees F (652 degrees C)
  • Solidus Temperature: 1145 degrees F (618 degrees C)

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    Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars
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    2 reviews
    • M
      Verified Buyer
      I recommend this product
      Rated 4 out of 5 stars
      9 years ago
      Stainless steel

      I use this to solder a heavy duty stainless steel funnel. Flows and bonds great at just under red hot. Replaced welding operation which was a nightmare to clean up. Also use on many gun repair projects where low temp solder just isn't good enough. Just wish it wasn't so expensive.

    • M
      Verified Buyer
      I do not recommend this product
      Rated 1 out of 5 stars
      9 years ago
      Package was open and flux crushed off the ends

      The package was open when I received it. The end had be crushed and nasty tape wrapped on it. Flux was crushed off the ends of the brazing rods. The rubber top was tapped to the side and any information printed on the table was torn off while I tried to get the rubber top off.


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