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Old 07-30-2007, 10:18 AM   #1
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Default Where to buy Harris Safety Silv 56?

I have been to all the local welding stores around here in my area (Orem, UT), and have not found a place that carries it. Is there an online store that has good pricing and shipping?
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I have been to all the local welding stores around here in my area (Orem, UT), and have not found a place that carries it. Is there an online store that has good pricing and shipping?
contact Harris directly... they will give you a list of local distributors.

goggle harris safty silv.
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Old 07-30-2007, 12:00 PM   #3
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Matt, I went to the Harris web site and could not find a directory of local distributors. Maybe I was on the wrong web site? I was on http://www.harrisproductsgroup.com/

I have googled Harris Safety-Silv 56 and like searches. I have only found a couple of places that sells it and the cheapest I found it for was $27 shipped. That is with Flux for about $4 though.

Does anyone know of a good online site that sell it for cheaper?
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Call Harris for a local retailer. As you found out, they probably don't have an online list of local retailers. I don't think you'll be able to find it anywhere online cheaper, check the shipping rates too. A couple of places I found had high shipping costs.
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yeah, you have to email them or call them. they are really good about responding to emails (at least the fews times I have contacted them)

make sure you get flux when you buy the braze.
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Old 08-02-2007, 01:50 PM   #6
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ram welding on line sells 56 and 45.

But $27 shipped isn't a bad price.
I paid like $22 for mine and it was local pickup.
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I found RE Michaels has them locally for me. I'm going to try to get buy soon and get some and see if they have Harris Al-Cor. I'll post a price when I get it.
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my work gets it from the local welding supply store......
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Old 08-18-2007, 10:00 AM   #9
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Well my local place didn't have the 56, although when I called they said they did. The 45 was 31 bucks so I'm just going to buy it online.
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Well my local place didn't have the 56, although when I called they said they did. The 45 was 31 bucks so I'm just going to buy it online.
45 works just as well.
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Old 08-19-2007, 02:24 PM   #11
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Hey guys, i wanna build some bumpers for my scaler, Is this what i want for brazing. thx. joe


http://www.airgas.com/browse/product...8&WT.svl=69928
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Hey guys, i wanna build some bumpers for my scaler, Is this what i want for brazing. thx. joe


http://www.airgas.com/browse/product...8&WT.svl=69928


nice find... looks like it should work. that and a trigger light mapp torch should get you going.
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yeha i have the torch and mapp gas, just needed the braze and flux. thx.
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Old 08-22-2007, 08:49 PM   #14
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airgas in salt lake has it.
thats where i bought mine.

I think they have a supply etore down there too if not just run up to 33rd and 7th west
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ram welding on line sells 56 and 45.

But $27 shipped isn't a bad price.
I paid like $22 for mine and it was local pickup.
I ordered online from Ram. Good service
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is this what I need?

https://secure.ramweldingsupply.com/...ew.mcic?s=1540

https://secure.ramweldingsupply.com/...ew.mcic?s=1545
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Yep, that would work.
Here is the rod I ordered for a few bucks more:
https://secure.ramweldingsupply.com/...ew.mcic?s=1423
This flux comes with the application brush attached to the cap:
https://secure.ramweldingsupply.com/...ew.mcic?s=1544
No big deal if you already have a brush.
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Yep, that would work.
Here is the rod I ordered for a few bucks more:
https://secure.ramweldingsupply.com/...ew.mcic?s=1423
This flux comes with the application brush attached to the cap:
https://secure.ramweldingsupply.com/...ew.mcic?s=1544
No big deal if you already have a brush.
thanks. I did my last tuber with 95/5 solder and it was tough. The local welding supply store wants big $$$ for this same stuff. I normally try to help our local economy, but gotta look out for # 1 sometimes. Thanks for the Ramweldingsupply tip fellas.
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does ram carry a tubing bender? cant find it on their site......
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Find yourself a Refrigeration parts dealer....they will have all kinds of flux
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