95% Tin/ 5% Antimony Bar Solder

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  • Each bar measures 13 3/4  x 3/4 x 3/8 thick.
  • 95% Tin/ 5% Antimony Bar Solder
  • 95% Tin/ 5% Antimony Bar Solder
  • 95% Tin/ 5% Antimony Bar Solder
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This is a 95% Tin, 5% Antimony bar solder that measures about 13 3/4 x 3/4 x 3/8 and weighs 0.7-1.5 lbs. It is a lead-free high strength alloy that exhibits excellent creep resistance and is used where frequent and extreme temperature changes and vibrations occur such as refrigeration lines and cooling equipment. The 95/5 solder has a narrow melting range, between 450 F and 464 F.


**SOLD BY THE POUND. Each bar varies in weight and can weigh about ~ .8 to 1.5 pound each.
So if you order a quantity of 10, it is possible that you can receive 7 to 13 bars to equal the total
quantity of pounds ordered.
It is also possible that you can receive less bars then the quantity
ordered, but the total weight will be at least the total quantity ordered.



This solder is commonly used in solder melting pots. It keeps its strength in applications where vibration and frequent and extreme temperature changes occur, such as in water lines and refrigeration equipment. It does not have a flux core, so you can choose the flux that works best for your application.

Designed for use in electrical or electronic connections subject to peak temperatures of approximately 4000F and in sweating copper tube joints in refrigeration equipment.

For Joining: 

Steel, Stainless Steel, Nickel Alloys, Copper, Brass, Bronze

RoHS: RoHS 3 (2015/863/EU) Compliant
REACH: REACH (EC 1907/2006) (07/08/2021, 219 SVHC) Compliant
DFARS: Specialty Metals COTS-Exempt
Country of Origin: United States
USMCA Qualifying: No
Schedule B: 831130.3000

Tensile Strength: 5900 lbs/square inch
Shear Strength: 6000 lbs/square inch
Density: 0.26
Liquid Temperature: 464F
Solid Temperature: 455F

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1 Review

  • 5

    Just what I needed

    Posted by Schmoo on Feb 5th 2023

    I’m happy with this material for my use case

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