Welding is a metal-joining process whereby similar metals are joined using a direct heat source to melt the base and filler metals to create a uniform finished product. Welding covers a temperature range of 800-1635°C/1,500-3,000°F.
Superior Flux’s welding fluxes are categorized as follows:
Superior Flux’s welding flux lineup includes products employing the following trade names: Anti-Borax, EZ-Weld, Crescent, Cherry Heat, Climax and Forge Borax.
The welding fluxes that Superior Flux specializes in are often for niche applications, such as an aluminum welding flux (Anti-Borax No. 8) or cast iron welding flux (Anti-Borax No. 1) for welding with a oxyacetylene torch. Superior Flux also offers a full range of welding fluxes for companies, artisans and individuals engaging in forge welding (see our Forge Welding Flux). We offer a stainless steel backup flux (our No. 9H), which is spread onto the back of the stainless steel weld so as to prevent the backside to discolor from oxidation.
If you’re looking for a centrifugal welding flux, go no further than learning about our centrifugal casting fluxes. Review our tube welding fluxes for the benefits of greatly reducing benefits of your continuous tube welding process involving 400-series Stainless Steel and continuous induction welding.
And don’t forget to check out our DeepTig line. These products, produced under license with Edison Welding Institute (EWI) of Colunbus, OH, increase penetration and speed of your TIG welding, greatly reducing weld time and temperatures, and thus yielding significant savings.
For a numerical/alphabetical listing, go to Data Sheets for SDS and Spec Sheets.