|Diameter||1.6 to 4 mm|
|Size||1.6 to 4mm|
|Melting Point||618 to 900 degree|
Silver brazing, frequently called “hard soldering” or “silver soldering,” is a low-temperature brazing process with rods having melting points ranging from 1145 to 1650ºF (618 to 899ºC)
. ... The strength of a joint made by this process is dependent on a thin film of silver brazing filler metal.