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Bernzomatic AL3 Aluminum Brazing/Welding Rods with 12-Inch Rods of Working Temperature 700-750 Degrees, 2-Piece


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  • Contains 12-Inch aluminum brazing/welding rods
  • Brinnell hardness: 100
  • Working temp: 700-750 degrees
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Bernzomatic AL3 Aluminum Brazing/Welding Rods with 12-Inch Rods of Working Temperature 700-750 Degrees, 2-Piece + Forney 37025 Aluminum Welding Flux, 4-Ounce + Forney 46111 Easy Flo Brazing Rod, 1/8-Inch-by-18-Inch, 1/2-Pound
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Technical Details
Part Number 019325/AL3
Item Weight0.8 ounces
Product Dimensions2 x 0.2 x 14.5 inches
Item model numberAL3
Installation Methodarc-welding
Item Package Quantity1
Number of Handles1
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB0000CBJGI
Best Sellers Rank #52,139 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Product Description

Aluminum brazing/welding rods for your everyday soldering uses. 12-Inch aluminum brazing/welding rods. Brinnell hardness: 100. Working temp: 700-750-Degree.

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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Harvey Chao on July 10, 2010
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Teamed with a propane torch- this is about the only way short of heli-arc welding to non-mechanically fabricate aluminum parts together. It does pay to be careful that you get the metal hot enough to allow the rod to melt, wet, and flow smoothly, - - but not hot enough to soften or melt the aluminum you are joining. Because there is no color change in the metal as there is with steel (red, orange, white hot) you need to pay attention and repeatedly test while heating as to when the work pieces are hot enough to melt the rod. A great option to have when you don't or cant bolt, sheet metal screw, nuts and bolts, or screw and tap.
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I use these along with Forney's ALUM-A-FLUX. Start by cleaning the joint well with a stainless steel brush. It is important to use stainless and not some other material. Get the rod hot (but not melting) dip it in the dry powder flux. Heat the joint well with a MAPP torch, from all sides. Then apply the rod/flux to the joint. AS SOON as the flux begins to melt draw the rod along the seam of the joint. With a little practice you'll get great welds!

Forney 37025 Aluminum Welding Flux, 4-Ounce
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Master Tech #3 on August 18, 2014
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Use Mapp gas for best results
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By norm welch on March 1, 2013
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Okay, you never really know when you need to repair some aluminum, but at least I'm ready. The low working temperature is a definite plus.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Truthsayer on November 27, 2013
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I really wanted to like this product. I worked hard to clean the weld area, ensure a close tolerance fit, and braze in a wind protected area. Aluminum's melting point is about 1200 degrees F. Brazing at 750 degrees F doesn't seem to work very well and the strength is lacking.
If you really need to weld aluminum, either really weld it or take the item to a shop that can. It's faster, less expensive in the long run, and the results are better. Besides, you can always blame the shop if the weld fails......I hate blaming my own incompetence.......
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