Gas welding is both effective and economic for applications such as construction and repair of HVAC systems, welding of hot water pipes, gas bottles, nuclear heat exchangers and boilers.
Brazing involves temperatures up to 840°F/450°C, while soldering uses filler metal heated at temperatures below that.
Unlike Arc welding, both brazing and soldering involve heating the filler metal at temperatures below the melting temperature of the metal work pieces being joined together.
Self-Fluxing Silver-Bearing Alloy for Copper. Provides super fluidity - flows through tightest laps. Low bonding temperature ensures extreme ease of use.
Super-Strong Flux-Coated Alloy for Steels. Gives extraordinary strength. Highly versatile - great for use with variety of metals.
Super High Corrosion Resisting and Creep-Resisting Stainless Steel Alloy.
Superior Alloy for Aluminum. Universal alloy right for all type of aluminum. Its unique two-stage melting range for both thin-flowing and build-up applications.
High-Silver Alloy for Maintenance. A truly "All-Purpose" silver alloy that provides outstanding capillary action to penetrates even the tightest joint geometry.
Super Strength Universal Flux-Coated Brazing Alloy. A tough strong joining and build-up alloy for cast iron and other metals. Deposits are totally machinable.
Low-Temp High-Strength Solder for Stainless Steel. 500% stronger than ordinary solders and is ideal for food industry and refrigeration applications.