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JEWELLERYY SOLDERING, NG, MELTING & PITING & Redux Fuel


elma redux is a ready-for-use evaporator liquid reducing the flame temperature of the combustion of hydrogen- oxygen gas mixtures. The flame temperature of maximum 2850 °C (for ideal combustion, without elma redux) can be reduced by passing the gas mixture through elma redux down to 1800 °C (dependent on thegas flow rate).


The size of the flame will be increased and it will be better recognizable by its luminous blue colour. Further on droplets of electrolyte and water


vapour accompanying a gas mixture produced from an electrolyte of a hydrogen-soldering or -welding equipment will be separated out of the gas mixture.


• Non Toxic • To Reduce the flame temperature to 1800 °C • Flame Colour Blue


Elma (MIG.O.MAT) recommend the use of elma redux vapourizer liquid. Unlike other methanol-containing liquids elma redux is not toxic. Another advantage is that the burner hand piece cannot be blocked by residues which may be contained in other media (borax).


Code M20845


Description Redux Fuel


Methanol


Methanol - Methyl Alcohol - Pure


Methanol (Methyl Alcohol) 1 litre (pure) • Also used with Alcohol lamp (code A0002) an excellent fuel with exceptional burning properties


• Clean watch work and incomparable for degreasing hairsprings


Direction: Place components in a jar or suitable container which has been partly filled with Methanol. Leave for one or two minutes. Remove by means of tweezers and drain on a piece of paper.


• 1 Litre Code


C9864


Description Methanol


Flux Fuel


• Produces a flux flame (Green Colour)


Solder with ease as the flux is in the flame so your joins just need apply solder. MIG -O-MAT flux speeds up greatly your manufacturing and repair work, especially good for large batch work.


Solder gold, silver & platinum with ease.


This fine fuel last 3 times longer than conventional Micro Welder fuels like M.E.K.


Code M20846


Description Flux Fuel


UOM 1LT


Price £21.95


UOM 1LT


Price £4.95


UOM 1LT


Price £19.95


Popular ways to be used: • Atomizer fuel for micro-flame welders achieves a higher temperature for soldering platinum, maintaining a torch flame temperature of 3000 °C


• After removing a piece that has been held in Shellac (code S31924 ) clean or wipe off unwanted fragments with this solution


• Using the combined traditional mix of Boric Acid with Methylated Spirits to create a skin to prohibit fire stain while soldering (please see Boric Acid code C4361 for instructions)


• An excellent fuel with great burning properties to use in an Alcohol Lamp (A0002)


Code C4358 Description Methylated Spirits 5 Litres


Methyl Ethyl Ketone, 1 Litre


Methyl Ethyl Ketone - M.E.K.


The most common fuel to use in a micro flame/welder soldering unit. Achieve the perfect temperature and size of flame when soldering gold and silver.


• MEK flame temperature reaches 1300 °C • Use in micro welding machines • Perfect temperatures and flame size • Please note: For soldering platinum use Methylated Sprits


Code C4351 Description Methyl Ethyl Ketone, 1 Litre


Methyl Ethyl Ketone, 5 Litre


Methyl Ethyl Ketone - M.E.K.


The most common fuel to use in a micro flame/welder soldering unit. Achieve the perfect temperature and size of flame when soldering gold and silver.


902 COUSINS TRADE SUPPLIER


UOM 1LT


Price £7.60


Soldering Iron - Antex Gascat 120P - Kit


• 4 Tip multi kit • Click to ignite • 120 minute run time • Ready to melt solder in 30 seconds • Anti-static ESD safe • Adjustable temperature control • Refillable in seconds


Kit includes: • 120 Watt Soldering iron • Sponge compartment • Soldering tip (up to 580 °C) • Blow torch (up to 1300 °C) • Hot air tip (up to 625 °C) • Hot knife tip (up to 580 °C) • Hot air deflector • Carrying Case


Antex soldering iron features: • Cordless


UOM 5LT


Price £16.95 Antex, Portable Kit Soldering Iron - Weller 4270c


• 2.4mm fine chisel tip • Nickel plated tip • Ergonomically designed for more comfortable grip • Light duty hand iron • Metal stand included • 15W, 230 Volts • CE marked


Code S5686 S5686A Description Weller 4270c Soldering Iron


Weller 4270c Soldering Iron Chisel Tip


UOM Price EACH £23.95 £5.95


PACK*3


WELLER SOLDERING, HEATI HEATING, MELCKLING PICKLING


Methylated Spirits 1 Litre


General Purpose Solvent Cleaner for many applications.


Popular ways to be used: • Atomizer fuel for micro-flame welders achieves a higher temperature for soldering platinum, maintaining a torch flame temperature of 3000 °C


• After removing a piece that has been held in Shellac (code S31924 ) clean or wipe off unwanted fragments with this solution


• Using the combined traditional mix of Boric Acid with Methylated Spirits to create a skin to prohibit fire stain while soldering (please see Boric Acid code C4361 for instructions)


• An excellent fuel with great burning properties to use in an Alcohol Lamp (A0002)


Code C4357 Description Methylated Spirits 1 Litre


UOM 1LT


Price breaks available, see website


Methylated Spirits 5 Litres


General Purpose Solvent Cleaner for many applications.


Price £5.50


• MEK flame temperature reaches 1300 °C • Use in micro welding machines • Perfect temperatures and flame size • Please note: For soldering platinum use Methylated Sprits


Code C4352 Description Methyl Ethyl Ketone, 5 Litre


UOM 5LT


Price £29.95


SOLDERING IRONS & STATIONS


Soldering Irons Weller 4270c


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