Super Alloy 5 The 600° Aluminum Weld
How To Braze or Solder Aluminum Together with a Propane Torch at a Very High Strength
- Flows like silver solder on thin aluminum
- Bonds at half the melting point of aluminum
- Matching flux not only cleans the work area, but also serves as an absolute temperature guide
- Filler rod bonds right through paint, oil, dirt, grease, etc.
- Can be machined, drilled, tapped, threaded, plated, anodized or even bent without causing pinholes or porosity
- Creates a malleable bond that is stronger than the parent metal
- Works with any heat source: propane, natural gas, oxyacetylene (required for thick aluminum such as aluminum boats), Mapp gas.
- Makes an excellent tig rod!
Mechanics who usually experience difficulty in welding damaged aluminum find it easy to make superior repairs using Super Alloy 5. This highly alloyed material can easily be applied without the base metal sagging, collapsing or even wrinkling. Super Alloy 5, while being a perfect color match, actually flows on aluminum much as a brazing rod does and without damage to the base metal. Any mechanic who can braze can easily use Super Alloy 5.