Ok thanks for the info
I think will be using cooper wire, so I can use 2% or will ask for another
option that has high tensile strength
A friend told me about an used 3.5 mm aluminum cable, that a company is
replacing and we c
An buy a low cost, but don't know if this will last too many years as the
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> El 30/12/2014, a las 23:02, "Tom W8JI" <email@example.com> escribió:
> You do not need or want a high silver content. It will be too brittle.
> What you should ask for is a solder that has high tensile strength, is
> ductile, and works well with copper or whatever your radials are.
> That will not be a high silver content. It will probably be less than 8%
> silver with high tin content.
> Higher temperature is supposedly good for resistance to lightning, although I
> never had a joint unsolder even when regular electronics 60/40 soldered.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jorge Diez CX6VM" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: "Topband" <email@example.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, December 30, 2014 7:27 PM
> Subject: Topband: Silver solder
>> I read about using silver to solder wire radials to terminals
>> This week I decided to ask sellers about silver solder and they offered me a
>> 2% and 30% silver bars
>> What we need for our use? Will be ok to use 2%? The difference in price is
>> extremely high!
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