sif flux

Powder flux for general brazing work.

A flux used in TIG applications to shield the rear of a weld joint from oxygen contamination, dissipate heat and oxides during welding and prevent re-oxidation. • Formulated to suit stainless steel and high nickel super alloys • To apply, mix flux with methanol & brush over rear of joint • Sif Purging flux is inert, non-flammable and non-explosive • Ideal for pipe and tube welding applications • Supplied in 500g jar.

A pre-mixed paste at optimal liquidity free of boric acid and suitable for brazing of mild steel and copper alloys.

• A rutile flux cored wire for welding thin sheet steels or low alloyed structural steels in all positions • Argon/CO2 shielding gas • Diameter 1.2mm supplied on a 15kg spool • CE Certified to meet the requirements of EN1090.

Powder flux for brazing and welding copper alloys.

Sif 101 brazing flux power is manufactured from an original Sif formula and is especially effective for Chrome-molly tube, steel, stainless steel, brazing bronze, brass, copper malleable iron and heat-resistant alloys • It aids deep penetration of filler brazing allow into the joints, resulting in high bond-strength • The flux dissolves to remove oxides rapidly • Sif 101 flux is engineered for frame builders and tube-brazing applications.

A rutile flux cored wire for welding 18-8 stainless steel. Suitable for: • Butt and fillet welding in all positions including verticle down • Diameter 1.2mm supplied on a 15kg spool.

A rutile flux cored wire for welding dissimilar metals. • Suitable for butt and fillet welding in all positions including verticle down • Diameter 1.2mm supplied on a 15kg spool.

A rutile flux cored wire for welding 18-12-2 stainless steel. Suitable for: • Butt and fillet welding in all positions including vertical down • Diameter 1.2mm supplied on a 15kg spool.

• A rutile flux cored wire for welding low temperature applications which require post-weld heat treatment (PWHT) • Diameter 1.2mm and supplied on a 15kg spool • CE Certified to meet the requirements of EN1090.