Mega Sale! Save 27% on the Alcor Flux-Cored Aluminum Alloy- 2mm x 36'' by Harris at UCBC Group. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. There's a NEW way to join aluminum, an easy way... a better way. • Very, very easy to use • Non-corrosive flux inside the wire; no external flux
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There's a NEW way to join aluminum, an easy way... a better way. • Very, very easy to use • Non-corrosive flux inside the wire; no external flux required • Very good fluidity • Good capillary attraction • Melts at 824°F / 440°C • Post-braze cleaning unnecessary • Beats tin-zinc and aluminum-silicon alloys for aluminum coil repair Use ALCOR on heat exchangers, air conditioners, aluminum alloy condensers, other cooling applications and aluminum to aluminum alloy piping connections. Easy directions for using ALCOR : 1. Clean the surface of the aluminum to be joined, preferably with a stainless steel brush. 2. Heat the surface evenly. 3. Apply ALCOR. J.W. Harris Company ... Still finding better ways to join metals.
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