Silver Solder

Please be aware that I now have some strips of grade 455 foil 150mm X 20mm X 0.1mm available for £10 each.
Joints should be cleaned and fluxed in the usual way and the solder can then be riveted or otherwise held in the joint for soldering.
Melting range 630-660 C. Something different for you to experiment with.

Also note, our current prices are well below market prices. Accordingly I feel we may have to raise our prices by 10% on 1st April 2015, otherwise I do not think we shall develop sufficient revenue to enable me to re-stock.

David Ward
Silver solder banker

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About David

Born 08/11/1951 educated Cheltenham Grammar School. Did basic metal work to year 4 and Wood work to A level. Went to teacher training college to do metalwork, woodwork and technical drawing (in the blue print days!). Left in first year after one months teaching practice. Took temporary job at Serck Controls (fluid pipe line controls). Took career in insurance finishing in the corporate business unit in Bristol. After 37 years my job was exported to India and I was (compulsory) retired. Joined BSMEE at their stand at Ally Pally in 1990. Ambition was/is to build a steam locomotive. An awful lot seems to have got in the way, not the least my butterfly mind, several starts and no finishes! BSMEE has generally been a rewarding experience, and other societies I have generally found welcoming even on impromtu visits. I would recommend membership but like any voluntary organisation what you get out of it is directly proportional to what you put into it.

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