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Borax Cone 5_0 Stars

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Product Code : 998 098

Borax cones are a dry form of flux. Used with water and a Borax Dish (999 AAI) to form a paste. The amount of water required is minimal - wet surface of the dish and tip out excess - what remains is sufficient Move the cone in a circular motion (whilst applying a

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Borax Dish 5_0 Stars

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Product Code : 999 AAI

Made of ceramic (unglazed) and approx. 5" in diameter. Used with a Borax Cone(998 098) and water - a receptacle in which to form a paste. Due to the ceramic texture, when the cone is moved in a circular motion on the botom of the dish, fine deposits

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Product Code : 997 6418

A yellowish fluid primarily used for gold soldering but can be used for silver soldering. The fluid is painted on to the join being soldered to help keep it clean and free from any oxides which may occur

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Auflux Soldering Fluid 250ml Uc 5_0 Stars

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Product Code : 998 108

A yellowish fluid, primarily used for gold soldering - 'au'-'gold' flux but can be used for silver soldering. The fluid is painted onto the join being soldered to help keep it clean and free from any oxides which may occur.

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Product Code : PZZ 010

This flux is suitable for low temp soldering. Working range 550 - 800°C. The powder is mixed with water to form a paste. This can be then be added to the paste created by a borax cone to aid the flow of solder.

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Product Code : 998 116

A powdererd form of flux used to prevent oxidization while heating metal. The powder can be used directly onto the metal when melting or mixed with water and applied to the join when soldering. Please note due to the hazardous nature of

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Product Code : 998 109

A yellowish fluid, primarily used for gold soldering - 'au'-'gold' flux but can be used for silver soldering. The fluid is painted onto the join being soldered to help keep it clean and free from any oxides which may occur.

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Product Code : PZZ 090

Provides standard Silver with protection against firestain when annealing and soldering. Mix to a paste with soapy water. Correct use gives a continuous protective film over the piece.

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Product Code : 998 110A

Firescoff® is a heat-activated, spray-on ceramic coating which acts as both scale protection and a high performance flux for hard and soft solder. Simply spray from a distance of 6-8" onto your jewellery to be able to perform multiple soldering jobs with a

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£9.99 exc. VAT

Product Code : PZZ 020

This flux is suitable for low temp soldering. Working range 550 - 800 Degree C. The powder is mixed with water to form a paste. This can be then be added to the paste created by a borax cone to aid the flow of solder.

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Product Code : 998 110

A yellowish fluid, primaruly used for gold soldering - 'au'-'gold' flux but can be used for silver soldering. The fluid is painted onto the join being soldered to help keep it clean and free from any oxides which may occur.

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£16.45 exc. VAT

Product Code : PZZ 050

This flux overlaps with Easy-Flo but is better suited when prolonged heating is necessary. It's disadvantage is a glassy residue which is insoluable in water and must be removed using caustic soda or mechanical methods . Needs to be

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Product Code : 998 127

- Used as a general purpose flux for soft soldering. Also available in a 125ml quantity (998 125). . - Please note due to the hazardous nature of this product, we can only despatch via courier.

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Product Code : 997 6419

A yellowish fluid primarily used for gold soldering but can be used for silver soldering. The fluid is painted on to the join being soldered to help keep it clean and free from any oxides which may occur

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Product Code : PZZ 070

This is an excellent general purpose flux with a working range of 750 - 1200 C. Ideal for use with Platinum Ex Easy and Easy Solder. Needs to be mixed to a paste with water. Please note due to the hazardous nature of

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Please note all prices listed are based on cash prices and are exclusive of VAT. Final price will be confirmed during the checkout process. Bullion prices are based on 10gm.

 
 
 
 
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