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JEWELLERY SOLDERING, HEATING, MELTING & PICKLING


Torch Stand, 300mm Height


Soldering Torch Stand • Holes in base so you can securely screw to desk/work bench (screws not supplied)


• Great for keeping your hands free


• Useful storage stand for when not in use


Dimensions: • Overall height 300mm • Width 30mm • 250g


Code T39337 Description Torch Stand, 300mm Height


UOM EACH


Micro Welder Chemicals


Price £2.50


Electrolytic Salt Solution


• Ready for Use, no mixing involved


• Liquid Aqueous Alkaline Electrolyte for the Hydrogen Soldering Devices


MIG.O.MAT Electrolytic Salt Solution can last up to 2 years. Top up with distilled water if necessary, please see Unit manual for correct amount for each unit is different.


You must always use the complete bag and pour it into a plastic container and mix with distilled water (1 litre for one man and two litres for a two man).


Don’t forget to wear rubber gloves, as it is caustic and will cause burns if in contact with skin.


The reason you use Potassium Hydroxide is that it is a great carrier/conductor of electricity and speeds up the process of “cracking water”, which helps to convert it into a gaseous mix before it is transferred to the atomiser for wetting with Methyl Ethyl Ketone.


Code M4601 Description UOM Potassium Hydroxide Flakes 640g EACH Code M20880 Description Electrolytic Salt Solution


UOM 1LT


Price £25.95 Potassium Hydroxide Flakes 340g


De-Mineralised Water, 5 litres


De-mineralised water is another name for deionised water. It is water from which the (mineral) ions have been removed. It’s a type of purified water, which is water that has been filtered or treated. It is necessary to use De-Mineralised Water in various products we distribute.


Micro Welder Chemicals


For the Reactor (main body) “pre-mixed” • Electrolytic Salt Solution (M20880)


For the Reactor (main body) “to be prepared” • Potassium Hydroxide (M4600 & M4601) • De-Mineralised Water (C4359 & C8911)


For the Microflame 140 to 300 Vapourizer Glass


• Redux Fuel (M20845) (Non-Toxic equivalent of Methanol)


For the Micro Welder External Booster (Atomiser) including the Microflame 80


• Methanol (C9864) • Redux Fuel (M20845) (Non-Toxic equivalent of Methanol)


• Flux Fuel (M20846) • Methylated Spirit (C4357 & C4358) • MEK (C4351 & C4352)


Temperatures are controlled by what is used in the booster/atomiser


• MEK = 1300c (Gold, Silver, Copper and Brass) • Mineralised methylated spirits = 2,200c (Platinum)


• Tap water = 3,300c approximately (tap water fluctuates and is not a steady flame but will melt about anything and because it is so hot,


burns the tips out very quickly)


• Potassium Hydroxide flakes • Crystal pack for the following machines KCT Hydrogem 1


• Sherwood Microwelder Model Super A/A+ • Aquaflame Model 500 • Weight 340g


For 1 man micro-flame welder. Potassium Hydroxide is used in micro welding machines. You must always use the complete bag and pour it into a plastic container and mix with distilled water (1 litre for one man and two litres for a two man).


Don’t forget to wear rubber gloves, as it is caustic and will cause burns if in contact with skin.


The reason you use Potassium Hydroxide is that it is a great carrier/conductor of electricity and speeds up the process of “cracking water”, which helps to convert it into a gaseous mix before it is transferred to the atomiser for wetting with Methyl Ethyl Ketone.


Code M4600 Description UOM Potassium Hydroxide Flakes 340g EACH


Price £9.95


Potassium Hydroxide Flakes 640g


Please see below all items which use De-Mineralised Water. • Microflame Soldering Units • Anti-Tarnishing System – Silverbrite 100 (S8582) • Pen Plating System Digital (P19870) • Microplating Machine (P4898, and P8664) • Stripping / Electroplating Unit M8825 • Gilding Salts link Consumables~ Plating Chemicals & Consumables~ Gilding Salts


• Electrolytic Cleaning Salts (C4907) • Electro Polishing Salts (C8898) • Rhodium (C43268) • Potassium Cyanide (C9185) • Electro Brightening Salts (Stripping Salts) (C19822) • Vitex Safety Pickle Cleaning Salts (P5231 and P5232)


Supplied in 5 litre container Code


Description C4359 De-Mineralised Water, 5 litres


De-Mineralised Water, 25 litres


De-mineralised water is another name for deionised water. It is water from which the (mineral) ions have been removed. It’s a type of purified water, which is water that has been filtered or treated. It is necessary to use De-Mineralised Water in various products we distribute.


Please see below all items which use De-Mineralised Water. • Microflame Soldering Units • Anti-Tarnishing System – Silverbrite 100 (S8582) • Pen Plating System Digital (P19870) • Microplating Machine (P4898, and P8664) • Stripping / Electroplating Unit M8825 • Gilding Salts link Consumables~ Plating Chemicals & Consumables~ Gilding Salts


• Potassium Hydroxide flakes • Crystal pack for the following machines KCT Hydrogem 2


• Sherwood Microwelder Model Super A (B) • Aquaflame Model 800 (1200) • Weight 640g


For 2 man micro-flame welder. Potassium Hydroxide is used in micro welding machines.


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• Electrolytic Cleaning Salts (C4907) • Electro Polishing Salts (C8898) • Rhodium (C43268) • Potassium Cyanide (C9185) • Electro Brightening Salts (Stripping Salts) (C19822) • Vitex Safety Pickle Cleaning Salts (P5231 and P5232)


Supplied in 25 litre container Code


Description C8911 De-Mineralised Water, 25 litres


UOM EACH


Price £12.95


UOM 5LT


Price £4.95


Price £12.50


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