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Name of flux and Form Application Description Availability
Handy Flux
Paste
All purpose, low temperature flux for use in brazing both terrous and non ferrous metals and alloys Handy Flux is an active flouride/borate-type flux which begins to melt and dissolve oxides at 600F (320C). Fully molten at 1100F (600C), It provides excellent protection of parts up to 1600F (870C). Cleanup should be with hot water. 1/2, 1 and 5 lb. (227, 454 g. and 2.27kg.) jars. Also 25 and 50 lb. (11.34 and 22.68 kg.) pails.
Sure Flo Flux
Paste
General purpose, low temperature brazing flux which provides excellent adhesion and creamy smooth consistency. For brazing ferrous and non-ferrous alloys. Same as Handy Flux. Sure Flo Flux dissolves the oxides that form on copper brass, nickel, monel, steel and stainless steel during heating. Will not crystallize. 1 and 5 lb. (454 g. and 2.27 kg.) Also 25 and 50 lb. (11.34 and 22.68 kg.) pails.
Handy Flux Type D & DB
Slurry
For automatic dispensing as controlled dabs or sprays. This flux has the same combination of salts as Handy Flux, with additives to provide a lower (pourable) viscosity. Type DB has an additional boron formulation for use with more refractory oxides, such as in automated brazing of carbides. 50 lb. (22.68 kg.) pails and 12.5 lb. (5.67 kg.) bottles.
Sure For D & DB
Slurry
For automatic dispensing as controlled deposits from applicator guns. Same as Handy Flux Type D. Same fluxing salts formulated with a viscosity to allow dispensing from pneumatic equipment-provides excellent protection. 1 and 5 lb. (454 g. and 2.27 kg.) Also 25 and 50 lb. (11.34 and 22.68 kg.) pails.
Handy Flux Type B-1
Paste
For brazing high chromium stainless steels, tungsten and chromium carbides, and molybdenum alloys. Particularly in applications where a larger amount of refractory oxides may form, use Handy Flux Type B-1 (boron modified). Its temperature range is 1100 to 1700F (600-925C). It is valuable where local overheating may occur, as in fast induction heating. 1 and 5 lb. (454 g. and 2.27 kg.) Also 25 and 50 lb. (11.34 and 22.68 kg.) pails.
Sure Flo Black
Paste
Same as Handy Flux Type B-1. Ideally suited for induction heating where localized over-heating, or longer heating cycles may occurs. Same as Handy Flux Type B. Ideally suited where refractory oxides may form (chromium tungsten, etc.) Better brushability and excellent adhesion-will not spatter. 1 and 5 lb. (454 g. and 2.27 kg.) Also 25 and 50 lb. (11.34 and 22.68 kg.) pails.
Handy Flux Type A-1
Paste
For brazing aluminum bronze and other alloys containing small amounts of aluminum and/or titanium. Type A-1 will readily flux the difficult, refractory oxides that form on these alloys-and permits brazing them both to ferrous and nonferrous alloys. It is not recommended for use with aluminum-or titanium-base alloys. Active range: 1100 to 1600F (600-870C). 1 lb. (454 g.) jars.
Handy Flux Type LT
Paste
For applications with long heating cycles, such as many furnace brazing jobs. More effective than a general purpose flux in long-heating-cycle applications. Lower fluorine content results in higher melting temperature. More viscous, less active, but has longer life. Also useful for induction heating applications, where tendency to overheat may exist. Active range: 1200 to 1600F (650-870C). 1 lb. (454 g.) jars.
Handy Flux Hi-Temp
Paste
Used where brazing temperatures go into the 1600 to 2000F (870 - 1100C) range or for considerable lengths of time above 1450F. This high temperature flux contains still less fluorine than Type LT. It is often used with brazing alloys melting above 1600F (870C) and provides the adherence and fluxing action a general purpose flux cannot give at these temperatures. 1 lb. (454 g.) jars. Also 25 and 50 lb. (11.34 and 22.68 kg.) pails.
Handy Flux Hi-Temp Boron Modified
Paste
For hight temperature Ag, Cu, Ni brazing in the range of 1600 to 2200F (870 - 1200C), involving longer time or base metals with refractory oxides. Particularly useful where refractory oxides are formed on the metals being joined. This added capability results from addition of a small amount of finely powdered boron to the flux. 1 lb. (454 g.) jars.
Handy Dry Flux 6040
Powder
For applications where a dry low volatile flux is desired. The 6040 flux is active in fluxing refractory oxides, and 6040 is recommended for the 1200 - 1500F range (650 - 815C). 1 lb. (454 g.) jars. Also 25 lb. (11.34 kg.) pails.
Handy Flux Type TEC
Liquid
For metal joining at temperatures in the 500 to 800F (260 - 425C) range. This widely used liquid flux provides excellent performance in soldering applications. 1 pt., 1 pt. and 1 gal. (0.475, .95 and 3.79 liter) containers.
Handy Liquid Flux
Liquid
For brazing in furnaces with poor atmospheres or joining jewelry parts aboved 1160F (625 C). Used where only a limited fluxing ability is desired. 1 pt., 1 pt. and 1 gal. (0.475, .95 and 3.79 liter) containers.
Handy Flux Hi-Temp M
Paste or Powder
High temperature furnace, induction or torch brazing, requiring maximum protection. Useful in the nrazing of carbides, stainless and alloy steels, and nickel base alooys using copper alloy and gold alloy filler metals requiring brazing temperatures between 1650 - 2200F (899 - 1204C). 1, 5, 25 and 50 lb. (454 g., 2.27 kg., 11.34 kg. and 22.68 kg.) containers.

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