Alloys for Aluminum & White Metals
Aluminum is very easy to weld, contrary to popular
opinion. Aluminum melts at a fairly low temperature, 1218°F. Like
copper, aluminum transmits heat very readily. This makes it difficult to
get a small, specific part of the piece hot enough to weld. Welders
5XXX Series: Magnesium is the major alloying element of this group. These alloys are of medium strength. They possess good welding characteristics, good resistance to corrosion, but the amount of cold work should be limited. These grades are easily welded.
Universal flux-coated aluminum stick electrode for arc welding or gas welding.
Ideal for outdoor use when MIG/TIG welding is not suitable.
Exceptional arc stability at low amperage with minimum spatter.
Deposits have excellent corrosion resistance and color match to aluminum.
For uses such as: build-up of castings, repair of machining errors, aluminum castings, tanks and pipes.
Premium flux-cored aluminum stick electrode with increased silicon.
Formulated for arc welding or gas welding.
Exceptional arc stability at low amperage.
Excellent corrosion resistance.
Low heat, thin flowing, bare aluminum brazing alloy.
Working temperature approximately 1000°F (538°C).
For use with gas or TIG.
High strength, good electrical conductivity, and good color match to aluminum.
Designed for use on weldable aluminum alloys.
For uses such as: window frames, furniture, instruments, and thin walled tubing.
Use MG 410 Flux when brazing.
Unique flux-cored aluminum brazing rod.
Working temperature approximately 1100°F (593°C).
Excellent for build-up & repair of all weldable grades of aluminum, including cast alloys.
Designed especially for dirty applications.
Ideal for joining dissimilar sizes & for poor fit-up applications.
For uses such as: cast engine blocks, oily casting repairs, aluminum pump housings, and automotive parts.
|MG 460 Solder Kit
Low temperature solder for attaching aluminum to itself or other metals.
Working temperature approximately 509°F (265°C).
Ideal for joining copper tubes to aluminum tubes in refrigeration and air conditioning units.
Comes with MG 460 flux and coil of solder.
High strength, self-fluxing aluminum solder.
Working temperature approximately 710°F (375°C).
Low working temperature prevents warpage and distortion of work.
Good color match to aluminum.
Designed for joining, build-up, and hardfacing of aluminum.
For uses such as: aluminum doors & windows, gutters/frames,and instrument boxes.
12 each 1/8 and 6 each 3/32 diameters in an attractive P.O.P. display box.
Ideal 1/2 lb. quantities for small repairs.
Moisture resistant and re-sealable packaging.
Easy slag removal and excellent bead profile.
Works on All DC welding machines.
Used for arc welding OR brazing.
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