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SUPERIOR INDUSTRIAL SOLDERING PRODUCTS  In 1949, Superior introduced Superior Supersafe ® No. 30. Though formulated as an OA flux for electronics, it.

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1 SUPERIOR INDUSTRIAL SOLDERING PRODUCTS  In 1949, Superior introduced Superior Supersafe ® No. 30. Though formulated as an OA flux for electronics, it is used for many industrial applications.  In 1995, Superior introduced the zinc- chloride-free, ZC-Free™ line of industrial fluxes to help eliminate heavy-metal residues from industrial soldering applications.

2 PRODUCT LINE  Zinc Chloride fluxes  ZC-Free™ fluxes  Non-Chloride fluxes  Battery Fluxes  Babbitting Flux  Aluminum Soldering  Industrial Pastes

3 SOLDER APPLICATIONS LOW-MELT FUSIBLE ALLOYS  Tin-Bismuth, Tin-Indium solder alloys. STANDARD TIN/LEAD SOLDERS  63/37, 60/40, 50/50, 40/60, 30/70 and many others. LEAD-FREE SOLDERS  96Sn/4Ag, 97Sn/3Cu, and many others ALUMINUM SOLDERS  91Sn/9Zn and other Sn/Zn; 98Zn/2Al. BABBITTING  Tin and lead-based babbit alloys.

4 PROCESS APPLICATIONS  Dip Soldering  Drag Soldering  Linear Insert Soldering  Induction Soldering  Torch Soldering  Hand soldering

5 WHERE ARE FLUXES USED?  Cable Tinning  Plumbing Fixtures  Stained Glass  Radiators  Wire Harnesses  Batteries  Bearings

6 ZINC CHLORIDE FLUXES High activity fluxes for copper, brass, bronze, stainless steel, and many different base metals.  Superior No. 22 Copper Flux  Superior No. 23 Stainless Steel Flux  Superior No. 71 High-Activity Stainless Steel Flux  Superior No. 75 General Purpose Soft Solder Flux  Superior No. 79 Acid-Free Flux  Tara 330 General Purpose Flux  Tara 340 High Activity Flux

7 ZC-FREE™ FLUXES Fluxes formulated using non-heavy-metal activators that comply with water-emission levels in cities, States and regions monitoring water purity levels.  Superior Supersafe ® No. 30 OA Flux  Superior Supersafe ® No. 30 Double Strength OA Flux  Superior No. 65 IA Flux contains ammonium chloride  Superior No. 67 OA Flux  Superior No. 68 OA Flux  Superior No. 515 IA Non-Chloride Flux  Superior No. 510 IA Non-Chloride Flux

8 BATTERY FLUXES Non-Chloride fluxes formulated to meet the high temperature requirements for Cast-on-Strap soldering applications.  Superior No. 155, solvent-based flux  Superior No. 550, water-based flux.  Superior No. 555C water-based flux with broad dilute ratios.

9 BABBITTING Flux crystals used on babbit alloy and other baths to eliminate dross; sprinkled into joints producing consistent intermetallic bonds; ensure best finish with oxide reduction post-babbitting.  Tara 350 Soft Soldering Crystals  Superior No. 27 Soldering Salts

10 ALUMINUM SOLDERING Soft-soldering with Tin/Zinc solder:  Superior No High-temperature soldering using Zinc/Aluminum alloy  Superior No. 1280

11 INDUSTRIAL FLUX AND SOLDER PASTES Superior No. 144 is the base for soldering copper, brass, bronze, and stainless steel. Additional pastes are available in rosin formulations. All can be formulated for tin/lead and lead-free solder alloy powders.


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