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SOLDER, FLUX & INSULATING PASTES INSULATING PASTES SOLDER, FLUX &


• Can be used majority temperature grades of solders from extra easy to hard (see our listing for the complete range)


Supplied: • 250ml • 500ml • 1 Litre • 5 Litre


Code


C35451 C4354 C4353


C4353A


Description Auflux 250ml


Auflux ½ Litre Auflux 1 Litre Auflux 5 Litre


UOM Price £5.70


250ML 500ML 1LT 5LT


Price breaks available, see website Flux - Fluid, Baker’s No.3 Flux: Borax Cone, Fluid, Paste, Powder


Insulating: Boric Acid Powder, Carcoal Blocks, Paste, Thermo Gel Solder: Commercial Grade, Multicore, Wire


Flux - Borax Cone Borax Cone - Flux


Borax cones are used with borax dishes and are a traditional way of making your own flux for precious & non precious soldering. Pour a little water into your Borax Dish the residual water should be enough to form a paste. Grind down the cone on bottom of the dish using a round motion this will result a soldering flux paste to be formed. If your left with some flux don’t worry just add water and repeat the process to make more flux.


• Borax flux for jewellery soldering • Dissolves rapidly to form a paste


Code B49722


Description Borax Flux Cone


UOM Price £3.50


EACH Price breaks available, see website Flux - Fluid, Auflux


Auflux - Soldering Solution - Flux


The original green ready made flux has been used in the jewellery trade for generations. Made in Europe by Lippert Unipol (Cannings). Normal fluxes cause bubbles so navigating solder during fluxing is often difficult. Auflux Soldering Solution simplifies


this respect of jobbing and will breed confidence when soldering more complex jobs.


It will reduce fire stain/oxidation excesses when soldering because of its unique chemical formula. Auflux has a unique chemical formula which has often been attempted to duplicate to no known effective results. Beware of imitation or inferior solutions they generally give disappointing results.


• Auflux will solder gold, silver, copper, brass, mild steel, stainless steel, but not aluminium


• Auflux has a working range of approximately 550-800 °C


Baker’s - Soldering Fluid - No.3 Bakers soldering fluid No.3 is a specially formulated liquid flux ideal for soldering and tinning of copper and tinned materials.


• Easy to apply fast acting economical in use, ensuring sound strong joints


• Zinc Chloride based flux very effective at soldering copper, brass, and pre tinned materials


• We supply first class solder to use with Bakers Soldering Fluid No-3 code S33171


• Solder copper brass pewter bronze zinc lead, tin and gilding metal


Supplied: • 250ml


Code S36073 Description Bakers No.3 (250ml) Fluid


UOM Price 250ML £11.85


Price breaks available, see website


Flux - Fluid, Firescoff Firescoff - Flux


Firescoff is a revolutionary heat activated ceramic spray coating. Firescoff combines a scale preventer, a high performance non-fluorinated flux (for both hard and soft solder) and the convenience of easy removal in warm water, all-in-one.


Leading jewellers and jewellery manufacturers have switched from using boric acid, paste flux, and pickle solution to Firescoff because Firescoff is faster, offers more protection


for gemstones and features a no-acid warm water clean-up. Other benefits include:


• Firescale preventer • Heat shield • Faster and offers more protection for gemstones • Integrated non-fluorinated flux for consistent soft and hard solder welding


• Perform multiple soldering operations without waiting


• Enjoy strong, non-brittle, void-free welds • Greater control when reticulating with silver or gold • Superior performance over boric acid & paste flux • Prevents scaling of metal alloys including gold, stainless steel, copper, and silver


• Warm water clean-up - less than 2 minutes in an ultrasonic cleaner


• Remove dangerous pickling acids from the workbench


• Alcohol-free so no dangerous flash, no frustrating burn residue


www.COUSINS .COM 1285 £9.15


£16.25 £69.95


• No smell, no outgassing • Significant improvement in safety over traditional methods


Supplied: 30ml in a Spray Bottle Code


F35761


Description Firescoff Flux


UOM Price £10.25


30ML Price breaks available, see website


Flux - Fluid, Magic Boric Soldering Dip


Magic Boric Soldering Dip - Flux


Magic Boric dip is a fast easy to use soldering solution. Ideal for today’s jobber / repairer manufacturing jeweller. Cut the time when soldering. Magic Boric has always been a best seller in the USA for many years. In a busy retail environment your jobber repairer jeweller can do a customer repair while they wait. The customer piece you will notice will stay shiny polished when you use this dip solution method. You can simply hand the item over


straight away once you have repaired it. Clean your item as you would usually (ultrasonic).


Just dip the item to be soldered in “Magic Boric” and stir to coat the item. Then just solder, there will be no flaming up like there is with alcohol. You will not have to flux, it has a built-in flux! For the ideal high standard finish job after you have soldered dip into your pickle solution for 5 to 10 seconds if required or dip into normal tap water to remove the Magic Boric.


“Magic Boric” will not evaporate! It is a water base, when the water evaporates down; just add a small amount of water to get the coating consistency you desire.


• Built-in Flux • No Flux Needed • No Alcohol – No Flaming Up • Dip and Solder • For Gold, Silver and Platinum • 16oz • Made in USA


Code M31428 Description Magic Boric Soldering Dip


UOM Price £9.50


16OZ Price breaks available, see website Flux - Paste, Easi-Flo


Flux - Easi-Flo - Flux Paste Easy-floâ„¢ Flux Paste a brazing flux suitable for use with precious metal brazing. It has a working range of 575-825 ºC .Easy-floâ„¢ Flux Paste exhibits better life at temperature and greater overheat resistance than many other flux pastes.


Easy-floâ„¢ Flux paste has a low melt viscosity and as such performs well when pasted onto vertical surfaces, and can be useful when brazing stainless steel. The molten viscosity of Easy-floâ„¢ Flux Paste is such that it holds on vertical surfaces. It is therefore particularly useful when brazing joints in positions where other fluxes may have a tendency to run away from the joint.


Product uses: This product is suitable for use on all the common materials, gold, silver, copper, brass, mild steel and stainless steel), but not aluminium.


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