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SOLDER, FLUX & INSULATING PASTES Insulating - Boric Acid Powder


Boric Acid Powder - Insultaing Use Boric Acid with Methylated Sprits (code C4357) to form a protective skin over pieces about to be soldered from fire stain. A traditional favourite with Jobbing/Repairer Jewellers and Silversmiths (this method will only work with 9 -18ct jewellery and silver).


How prepare and use᷃ • Clean the piece as you would before soldering and assemble.


• Mix with 1 litre of methylated sprits (code C4357/ C4358) and 150g of Boric acid in a glass or polyurethane container, with a lid.


• Depending on the size of the piece cover it entirely by dipping or brushing on a fine coating.


• Heat all over with a torch to form a white coloured skin, this creates the protective barrier against fire stain.


• Solder joins normally and clean the work as normal with acid (pickle code P5232) fire stain will be noticeably reduced.


Supplied: 1kg Tub Code


C4361 Description Boric Acid Powder


UOM Price £9.95


EACH Price breaks available, see website Insulating - Soldering Paste


• Can be used for domestic and commercial applications on solder blocks/boards furnace repair/sealing, fire bricks, fire grates, flue pipes, flue bricks, boilers and other applications subject to extreme heat.


• By pushing in your items into KOS Fire Cement such as jewellery/fine components soldering you can hold awkward items together while soldering


Weight: 500grams Code


C33167 Description KOS Fire Cement


UOM Price £2.75


500G Price breaks available, see website Insultaing - Thermo Gel


Thermo Gel - Insulating Thermo Gel significantly reduces the transfer of heat from the working area to surrounding localities and thus has important applications in many soldering, brazing and welding operations. Non -toxic.


Application: Spread Thermo Gel


with a thickness 5 to 10mm approx over the area to protect from heat. The amount used depends on the amount of heat applied.


• Ideal for Silver assembly, model making, Printed circuit board


• Isolates the heat so temperature remains the same


Supplied: • 100g • 1kg


Code


T19549 T19550


Description


Thermo Gel, 100g Thermo Gel, 1kg


100G 1KG


Price breaks available, see website Solder - Commercial Grade Technoflux - Insulating - Soldering Paste


Heat insulating paste for jewellers, goldsmith etc. It is no longer necessary to remove the stone before undertaking the solder. The parts protected by the paste never become covered with oxide and the heat will never reach the jewel. After soldering, the paste can be removed with water. If stored in a cool dry place this insulating paste will last you for years.


• Non toxic • Without CFC • Odourless


• 150g Code I0881


Description Insulating Paste, Technoflux


UOM Price 150G


Price breaks available, see website


Insulating - Soldering Paste, KOS Fire Cement


KOS Fire Cement - Insulating - Soldering Paste


The first name in fire cements with a manufacturing history since 1882 the Purimachos KOS fire cement is a brand leader with high performance.


KOS Fire Cement is a ready mixed blend of thermo setting resins and inorganic fillers that cures when exposed to heat, resulting in a mortar which is resistant to temperatures up to 1250 °C.


Ref: M4184, See Page 897 Ideal for small quick


workshop jobs www.COUSINS .COM 1287 Solder - Commercial Grade


This blow pipe solder is a general purpose solder for use on most common materials. It is free flowing, ideal for low temperature brazing that is easy to use, with low heat leaves strong, tidy joints. Ideally used to solder copper, brass, pewter, bronze, zinc, lead, tin and gilding metal.


£4.25


• Pack of 8 Strips • Length 570mm • Half round shape (5mm x 2.3mm approx.) • Total weight: 450g approximately


Suitable Flux: • Bakers Soldering Fluid No.3 (S33169)


• Fluxite Soldering Paste (C33170 ) Code


Description S33171


Commercial Grade Blowpipe Solder


UOM Price PACK*8 £18.25 Price breaks available, see website


• Solder Wire • Recommended for electronics • Contains silver


Ideal for electronics and circuit boards, contacts specifically for watches & clocks and other fine


instruments. Code


S1530 Description Quartz Watch Solder


UOM Price EACH


Price breaks available, see website Micro-Torch


UOM Price £5.20


£32.80 Solder - Quartz Watch Solder


Solder - Fluxed Wire, Multicore (5 Core) for Electronic & Model Making etc.


Multicore - For Electronic & Model Making etc.


5 core Savbit alloy solder reduces copper erosion and increases life of soldering iron bits, by up to 10 times. Suitable for model making, hobbies, telecommunications and electronics work.


• Use with soldering irons increasing life of soldering tips


• Handy tube dispenser pull out what you need no tangling then using reel coil solders


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


• Extra fast non-corrosive • Increases life of soldering tips • Solder wire Ø1.22mm (18swg)


Weight including dispenser 30g Code


Description S33168


Multicore (5 Core) Savbit Alloy Fluxed Wire Solder


UOM Price 30G Price breaks available, see website £4.25


£3.95


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