Our Iso-Tip silver solder paste is made out of ultra-fine premium refined powder metals. With a 98% tin and 2% silver mixture combined with the flux the you need to prevent rust. The silver solder paste has a free flow melting point of just 400°F. Meaning you can melt our silver solder paste with just one match! Because it uses the ultra-find powder, the silver solder paste has a strong bond – 10x strong than typical 60/40 solder. With the microscopic size of the metal particles it creates an extremely low melting point.
Iso-Tip Silver Solder Paste vs. Wire Rod
Another great question asked by a smart human. One of the benefits of solder paste over soldering wire is its ability to act as a helping hand. When you use our solder paste, the viscosity of the paste allows it to hold lightly hold small objects. This frees up your hands to create a proper joint. Yet another amazing property of this special blend of silver solder paste is to solder both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Even better, the flux is mixed right into it. This means you don’t have to swap out your solder mid-way through a job just because the machine your working on has two different boards.
Don’t Use Silver Solder Paste When…
There is no solder job that is to tough for silver solder paste. Now that being said we have heard back from people who have used for some pretty odd jobs. There are the normal applications like soldering pipes and building boards. Then there are the problem solvers and creative thinkers. We have heard of people using it to fix there guitars. In order to plug a hole in their coffee tumbler. We have even heard of customer who made a 25-foot cord for the cell phone charger. There are many things you can do with our silver solder paste. One customer told us he keeps a Pro 90 butane tool and a tube of silver solder paste in his glove compartment for quick fixes. If you think you’ve done something that would stand out. Or maybe something we may not have thought of let us know. We always like to hear from the smart humans who buy our products. Drop us a comment below!
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