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Harris 50501B - 50/50 Bar Solder, 1# Bar

Item: 50501B
MFR: 50501B
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Description

With Some Exceptions, These Tin-Lead Solders Can Be Used To Join Copper And Most Copper Alloys, Lead, Nickel Alloys And Steel. Tin-Lead Solders Are Not Recommended For Joints Subject To High Stress Or Vibration In The Cooling Industry Due To Lack Of Sufficient Elongation Properties. These Solders Are Also Available With Rosin Or Acid Core. Note: It Is Illegal To Use Lead Solders In Both Public And Private Potable Water Systems.

Specifications

NameHarris 50501B - 50/50 Bar Solder, 1# Bar
BrandHarris
Gemaire Item Number50501B
Manufacturer Product Number50501B
SKU - PIM Number1364408732139
ERP Number291091
UPC684032003644
Unit of MeasureEACH
Weight1.0 Pound (lb.)
Length12.8 Inches (in)
Width0.6 Inches (in)
Height0.4 Inches (in)
Hazardous MaterialNo
EPA Cert RequiredNo
Country of OriginUSA
Fluidity RatingDNA
Liquidus420°F(216°C)
Silver ContentNone
Solidus360°F(182°C)
Temperature Melt/FlowSolidus 360°F (182°C); Liquidus 420°F (216°C)
ApplicationUsed to join copper and most copper alloys, lead, nickel alloys and steel. Not recommended for joints subject to high stress or vibration in the cooling industry due to loack of sufficient elongation properties. Heat sources include soldering guns, irons, and torch applications. *Lead bearing solders are not to be used in potable water systems. Acid core solders are not recommended for electrical or electronics application.
AWS SpecificationsASTM B32 Alloy Grade Sn 50, J-STD-006
ColorGray
CompositionTin-Lead Common Solder - Tin 50%; Lead 50%
GEM - Case Quantity

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