Re: Silver Steel Pressure Cooker
- When you cut the hole for under the pressure cooker, cut it a titch
smaller to leave a 1/16 to 1/8 that way the silver solder will have a
place to flow and bond.
As long as you are using food grade silver solder I can't any problem
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "hoediddle" <MryWl5@...> wrote:
> I was wondering if anyone knew much about this Silver Steel alloy
> Asfar as I can see it is just a mixture of steel with a small amount
> of sliver added (probably for stainless qualities).
> But I might be wrong.
> Is it a safe material to use as a boiler for a pot still?
> Thanks for any help.