Industrial Soldering Flux
Superior Flux & Mfg. Co offers a long line of Industrial Flux and Electronic Flux that available from A to Z. Industrial Soldering Fluxes cover soldering operations that are non-electronic. (In contrast to Industrial Soldering Flux, Electronic Soldering Flux is used in printed circuit board (PCB) assembly and repair, and component lead tinning.) Soldering is a process whereby similar or dissimilar metals are joined using an alloy that typically includes a base of tin combined with lead, silver, copper, antimony, bismuth or indium. Soldering covers a temperature range of 140 – 850°F / 60-445°C.
Copper / Brass
Includes copper bearing metals, zinc bearing metals, tin coated metals, and nickel/nickel alloy metals including plated surfaces.
Steel / Stainless Steel / Galvanized Steel
Stainless steel, includes mild steel, other steel alloys.
Zinc Chloride Stainless Steel Soldering Flux
Fluxes for Soldering Galvanized Steel and Zinc
- Ruby Fluid
- Ruby Paste
- Ruby Fluid Stainless Steel
Includes 1XXX, 3XXX, 6XXX aluminum alloys but also include aluminum to copper and aluminum to steel combinations.
Direct Aluminum Soldering Paste
All other soldering flux combinations for specific applications.