ESAB Welding and Cutting Products Datasheets for Solder

Solders include low melting point metal alloys usually in wire, powder, preform or paste forms. Solders are metal alloys with low melting points that are used to join metals together.
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Product Name Notes
Features A 50/50 lead/tin solder for sealing, joining or tinning most common metals, except aluminum. Can be used with soldering iron or torch. Working temperature is 360°F to 375°F.
Features Aluminum solder for joining aluminum at low temperatures without flux (All-State 53 flux will improve flow). For high strength and long service without galvanic action between base metal and...
Features Cadmium free, low temperature, food grade solder in mesh form premixed with flux. For use on stainless and dissimilar metals.
Features Cadmium free, low temperature, food grade, solder for high strength on stainless steels, and dissimilar metals. Deposits closely match stainless, and stay bright after prolonged service. Use with All-State...
Features Clear liquid soldering flux particularly suited for corrosion resistant steels such as 316, 321, 347 and 430. Active to 430°F. Performs to Fed AA51145, Type II, Form B
Features Lead free-cadmium free solder and flux kit for joining copper and dissimilar metals in drinking water lines. Works, melts, and solders better than 50/50 lead/tin solder. Good corrosion resistance.
Features Our popular silver products #100, #125 and #155 packed in convenient 2 oz. (10 ft. silver) kits that include 1 oz. corresponding flux. #101 is also available in a...
Features Solders aluminum to itself and most other metals at 390°F. 40% elongation. Good corrosion resistance. Limited tensile strength.