Indium Corporation offers a broad line of specialty materials and fluxes for soldering stainless steel, copper pretreatments, and more.
|54||Specialty Industrial Flux|
|66||Industrial, Tinning Flux|
|70||Specialty Industrial Flux|
|80||Industrial, Battery Flux|
|SSF-1||Silver Brazing Flux|
|42-SS||Industrial Flux for Stainless Steel|
|15-T||Industrial Halide Free Paste Flux|
|Blue CuSO4||Specialty Electroless Copper Solution|
|Green CuSO4||Specialty Electroless Copper Solution|
Industrial fluxes are available in 1-gallon and 5-gallon containers, and 55-gallon drums.
Industrial Flux Technical Documents
Product Data Sheets
Safety Data Sheets
Flux Blog Posts
A wave solder machine's foam fluxer is a device in which compressed air is fed through a porous tube (commonly referred to as a "stone" because this part used to be made out of unglazed porcelain) that is submerged in foaming flux. The stone is covered with a chimney which helps produce…
Flux is an essential component in creating a solder joint. I will be referencing flux as it is used in wave soldering machines. But, if you want to know of other uses, check out my colleague Jim Hisert's blog: Specifying Solder Preforms - Flux. When wave soldering was first developed,…
There are many types of wave solder machines, each with their own quirks, characteristics, and personalities. The good news is, each has the same core process elements, making it easier (maybe not easy) to compare different models: Fluxing Preheating Soldering Conveying I will be discussing…
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