Solder alloy for torch or iron. Used to join all solderable alloys to each other and to dissimilar metals. Also for zinc die-cast. Forms excellent, corrosion resistant joints on the tough to solder aluminum alloys. Also beneficial as a high temperature solder on most other metals. Not recommended for magnesium.
An intermediate temperature alloy useful for soldering aluminum to itself and other metals (not recommended for magnesium). Frequently used for repair of aluminum evaporators and soldering aluminum to copper tubing. When joining aluminum to dissimilar metals, the possibility of electrolytic corrosion must be considered. ALSOLDER 500 is also suited to repair zinc die cast alloys.
- Clean the area to be soldered
- Apply Stay Clean aluminum flux
- If using an open flame, heat indirectly with the torch in motion (do not direct the torch on the flux)
- Heat until the flux becomes a nut brown color
- Apply the alloy
- Discontinue heat as soon as flow
- Allow to cool. Remove flux residue with wire brush and hot water
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Weight 0.0113 Pounds (Lb) Width 2 Inches (In) Height 2.5 Inches (In) Country of Origin USA Length 2 Inches (In) Brand Harris Fluidity Rating None provided by manufacturer Liquidus 482 Silver Content None Solidus 391 Temperature Melt/Flow Solidus 391°F (199°C); Liquidus 482°F (248°C) Application An intermediate temperature alloy useful for soldering aluminum to itself and other metals (not recommended for magnesium). Frequently used for repair of aluminum evaporators and soldering aluminum to copper tubing. When joining aluminum to dissimilar met AWS Specifications None provided by manufacturer Color Gray Composition Aluminum Solder - Tin 85%; Zinc 15%