From the specs od Indalloy 162:
33.7% Bismuth, 66.3% Indium,
Melts at 72.3°C.
I have 9999 indium wire and 1 ounce 9999 bismuth ingots and a balance scale
to get the proportions right. I have a solder pot which has never been used
that heats up to 750 F. Can I simply put the metals into the pot and allow
them to liquefy, then have an alloy that will melt/freeze at 72.3 C? Is it
really that simple?
- posted 15 years ago