Silver Casting Grains

 

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Silver Casting Grains

 

Choose from 4 types:

  • 844-90 Sterling Silver
  • 844-95 Argentium® 935 Silver
  • 844-99 Fine Silver
  • 844-92 Tarnish Resistant Sterling Silver

 

 

844-90  Sterling Silver .925 Casting Grain

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This is traditional .925 Sterling Silver casting grain.  It is alloyed with copper and has a copper content of .075.  Sterling silver has a 1645oF (896oC) melting point with a specific gravity of 10.36.  A square inch of sterling silver will weigh 5.457 troy ounces.

 

844-95 Argentium® 935 Silver Casting Grain

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Argentium® 935 silver is highly tarnish resistant, harder, brighter and, most importantly, a firescale free alternative to regular sterling silver. Argentium is made with copper and special deoxidizing elements.  Argentium is at least 93.5% pure silver. Argentium has a 1796oF (980oC) melting point. A square inch of Argentium 935 silver will weigh 5.41 troy ounces.

 

 

844-99  Fine Silver Casting Grain

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This is Fine Silver casting grain. It is .999% pure silver, and is not alloyed with any other metal. Fine silver has a 1761oF (961oC) melting point with a specific gravity of 10.49. A square inch of sterling silver will weigh 5.525 troy ounces.

 

844-92  Tarnish Resistant Casting Grain

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This very popular tarnish-resistant sterling silver casting grain (shot) will produce work that requires far less cleaning and goods that resist tarnishing far longer than standard sterling silver. It is alloyed with copper and special deoxidizing agents to help resist tarnishing and fire scale. Sterling silver has a 1645oF (896oC) melting point with a specific gravity of 10.36. A square inch of sterling silver will weigh 5.457 troy ounces. This product is similar to Argentiumtm Silver in that it will resist tarnishing far longer than regular sterling silver. No silver alloy is 100% non tarnish.

 

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