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I have built one still and am researching as much as i can before building my second still. I have some ideas i have not seen implemented yet (maybe for good reasons) and want to run them by the group soon.
I have a couple of standard stainless steel kegs that i just bought. I want to add a bunch of fittings and have a general question. I have a very nice Miller TIG welder with all the electrodes nozzles etc but i am not a very good TIG welder yet. I am afraid of messing up my new kegs. I have read about Harris Sta Brite 8 tin/silver solder that is supposed to work for stainless steel.
Has anyone used this for adding fitting to their kegs? Any good or bad experiences?
What about the regular 95 5 plumbing solders? Mfgs say they are good for stainless but has anyone tried them?