For over 50 years, the proven standard of quality. Makes hard soldering as easy as soft soldering.
Use on gold, silver, platinum and other metals with high melting points.
Preserves temper and color of metal and the adhesive qualities of this liquid flux hold solder in place.
Borax cones are a dry form of flux. Used with water and a Borax Dish (SOTEMP2) to form a paste.
The amount of water required is minimal - wet surface of the dish and tip out excess -what remains is sufficient. Move the cone in a circular motion (whilst applying a little pressure) in one area of the dish.
Due to the ceramic texture fine deposits of the cone are left in the water and in turn form a paste. The paste is then used as a flux to keep the joining area clean while soldering.
A powdered form of Borax flux used to prevent oxidization while heating metal.
The powder can be used directly onto the metal when melting or mixed with water and applied to the join when soldering.
Use Borax to season cruicibles for melting and casting.
Mix with alcohol to make a paste flux.
Include with metal or granules for an easier pour.
For use in low temperature brazing and silver soldering ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
Begins to dissolve oxides at 800°F (427°C) and is fluid-active between 1100° and 1600°F (593° and 871°C).
Contains no fluoride.
For hard soldering with flame. Stays put like a paste, will not run like a liquid and yet is transparent. Eliminates blind joint soldering.
Jel-Flux produces less oxides and residues, allowing for faster pickling. With no toxic fumes and its biodegradable.
2 oz. jar.
Spreads quickly and wets the surface completely so alloys flow better. Protects from oxidation while heating and retards discolouration of brazed area.
Working temperature range is 1100° - 1350°F (593° - 732°C). Excess flux can be removed with hot water.
No waste or loss due to drying, simply add water until creamy.
Easy-flo Flux Paste a brazing flux suitable for use with silver brazing filler metals. It has a working range of 575-825C and can be used with silver brazing filler metals melting below 775C.
Easy-flo Flux Paste exhibits better life at temperature and greater overheat resistance than many other flux pastes. Easy-flo Flux paste has a low melt viscosity and as such performs well when pasted onto vertical surfaces, and can be useful when brazing stainless steel. The molten viscosity of Easy-flo Flux Paste is such that it holds on vertical surfaces. It is therefore particularly useful when brazing joints in positions where other fluxes may have a tendency to run away from the joint.