Soldering is a common method for joining metal pans and preventing moisture infiltration into seams in metal roofing. To achieve a lasting, watertight seam, the solder must be fully sweated through all layers of metal.
In this WJE Primer article, Jeffrey Levine explains the difference between the soldering of copper and stainless steel.
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