1.Medium temperature soldering copper tube produces
no oxidized materials and degenerated.
2.The welded joints will be not oxidized that leads
to the refrigerant leakage and block the
3.Step of Use:
Step 1: Apply Burn Resistant Solder Paste Flux on the welded
Step 2: Insert the copper joint into its encounter widened copper tube
Step 3: Hold soldering clamp on the place firmly where the copper tube &
joint are overlapped and then switch on the startup switch for Pre-Weld heating
Step 4: During Heating, try add some soft wires till they melts onto the
copper, which represents heating reaches to the welding point; then add &
fill it with weld-supporting agent (soft wire) and waits the filler melts and
seeps right into the surface of the coppers you are joining. Leave it cool for a while then soldering is done.
Step 5: Soldering the remaining unused copper tube by joining
them so that material cost-saving is increased, and allows more effective use
and avoid wastes.
*Specification are subject to change without notice due to constant improvement.