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    'but receivers should not be brazed - not even hard-soldered.'

    Hard-soldering IS brazing. Soft-soldering is what you do on copper pipe with various alloys of soft metal like tin and even silver. Can't use lead on plumbing pipe anymore but there's still a load of it out there. Even if this solder contains silver, it is not silver-soldering, which requires about twice the temperature of soft-soldering, with iron and steel getting 'orange-hot'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INLAND44 View Post
    Hard-soldering IS brazing.
    SEE:
    1 Soldering and Brazing
    2 Hard soldering or Silver soldering



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