Food grade silver solder is mostly tin, with some silver,
96.5% Tin, 3.5% Silver
Date: 06/29/05 17:31:10
Subject: [Distillers] Re: Is silver solder containing bismuth safe?
--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com
, Robert Thomas <whosbrewing@y...>
> But, before we get into a google war check this:
> it is diectly relevant to the original question,
> and says go with it!
> --- Robert Thomas <whosbrewing@y...> wrote:
Eggsackly so, Rob. :-)
Those other links you posted only only show that there are some
people who may be sensitive to bismuth, AND as you pointed out, it
was the salts, AND the sensitivity was generally mild. You'd need
to ingest it by the KILO to get adverse affects. Remember also,
that some people are sensitive to casein in milk. That doesn't mean
we should put it on the poisons list.
Just an afterthought, but I believe ALCOHOL is on the poisons list.
So if we were gonna be paranoid about Bismuth, then I guess we
should give up distilling altogether, no? ;-))
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