It is a unique soldering for ALUMINUM which welds at a really low temperature 370°C (700°F) and with no risks of damaging the base metal, which melts at 658°C (1.218°F). This alloy is designed for beginners’ solders due to its easy use at low temperatures with an excellent fluidity, great capillarity and moisture. Also, it has great resistance and hardness to the base metal which makes this soldering more versatile and inexpensive.

APPLICATIONS: All kinds of evaporators, condensers in refrigeration and air conditioning. As well, works in aluminum such as closings, stairs, boats, bases, frameworks, propellers, cranks, rims, bombs, die, grids, etc.

PROCEDURE: Remove all the dirty, grease and oxides from the area to solder. Clean the parts to join and apply flux AL 100 on the base metal and preheat it until the flux melts down. Rub the rod over the flux and keep warming until the welding flows with moisture and capillarity over the piece to solder. This alloy has no fluidity or capillarity if it is not applied with a flux. As a result, we will get thick and rough joints, which are used on reconstruction and filling of wore out pieces. The procedure to follow is the following: warm it up with indirect heat, melting the welding, making it to fuse due to the transferred heat by the base metal while raking the rod until the whole surface is tinned. Afterwards, you must keep the welding and the flame, almost parallel to the surface. Let the piece cool down (do not use water).

Great versatility. Apply with FLUX AL 100 to get fluidity, moisture and capillarity on narrow/ smooth joints. Flux is not used when reconstructing, fixing and filling.
Low melting point at 370°C (700°F) and great resistance 26.000PSI. Excellent resistance to oxidation/corrosion.

Appearance: white color, similar to aluminum, good elongation.