Questions about: soldering

by amphibient Last Updated February 25, 2016 01:09 AM I would like to extend this pipe (outdoor sillcock) with copper by soldering a female adapter on the extending pipe and then putting this threaded male into it. Then, I would like to continue on f
If it is copper pipe and was indeed soldered (using a tin-lead alloy or a more modern lead-free solder), then propane should work okay. However, MAPP (originally methylacetylene-propadiene propane but now stabilized liquefied petroleum gas with propy
There have got to be 10s of thousands of different connectors to get that job done. They range a lot in simplicity, looks, cost, permanentcy, etc. The easiest are those colored 'wire connectors'
Soldering stainless steel poses a unique challenge. Solder does not interact easily with stainless steel. With the right tools and sufficient familiarity with the process, though, it is possible