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.…
The Anti-Borax Company was founded in 1902. Today, 100 years later, the fluxes are still used for bronze brazing, cast-iron welding, and other applications used for metal joining in blacksmithing and forge processes. Most of the compounds we offer are under the Anti-Borax brand name.
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