Questions & Answers
Question: Do I need
to wash No 30 flux off Model RR Rail after soldering joints and wire to rail, or other general soldering?
Answer: NO -
Question: I am forever spilling my flux, what is the best solution. (Bad for you, nice for us, we sell a lot of flux because of this). I even get panic phone calls: I spilled my flux and I can’t solder, ship me some, ASAP, no matter the cost!
Answer: See picture above right corner. On my work bench, I keep my bottle of flux in a piece of foam with a hole for the bottle.
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Mongoose II 40 after first flight
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Question: How is the best way to apply the flux to what I want to soldering.
Answer: See picture, above right corner. With small artist type brushes. I just keep them stuck in the foam and choose the best size for the job. When done for the day just rinse them in water.
Solid Wire Solder means NO core chemicals (Rosin, Acids and others) which could interfere with our Fluxes
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91% Tin 9% Zinc
Solder for Aluminum
.031” (.8mm) Diameter
Requires a flux
Melts 390 deg. F (198 deg. C)
Use with No.1260, 1261, for Aluminum.
Solder Aluminum to Aluminum and Aluminum to other metals, Stainless, Copper, Brass, Nickel.
Great for soldering LiPoly Cells!
Solder Made by Kapp Alloy, in the USA, of only the highest purity metals, they have been making solder for 50 years. We sell no imported solder.
available in: 1 Ounce Pkg & 1 pound rolls