Fastest Tinning of Bearing Shells and Most Common Metals
Johnson`s E-127 Flux-'N-Solder with Pure Tin is the ideal blend of mild chlorides in paste form, mixed with pure tin powder to create a smooth, versatile tinning paste.
It is widely used for the pre-tinning bearing shells, prior to babbitting.
E-127 is also used for pre-tinning body steel before adding No. 523 Lead-Free Body Solder during the restoration of antique cars, or tractors. It is also used for pre-tinning parts which are later soldered into assemblies, to insure a full solder joint when using even mild, organic, or non-corrosive fluxes.
Johnson`s E-127 has a melting temperature of 450°F and is compatible with all common solders, including lead-free alloys. Residues are water soluble and should be removed after soldering.
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Johnson's E-128 FLUX-'N-SOLDER with PURE TIN
Fastest Sweating of Copper Tubes to Brass Fittings
Johnson's E-128 Flux-'N-Solder with Pure Tin is similar to E-127 but with slightly lower activation level to permit its safe use as a plumbing paste solder. When used properly by professional plumbers, this paste pre-tins as it fluxes, to pull the new Lead-Free Solders deeper into each joint. E-128 also as a smooth consistency that is easily applied to the outside of tubes and inside fittings, yet does not run or drip off parts.
Johnson`s E-128 residues are water soluble and should be removed and flushed immediately after soldering.
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