Your cart

Your cart is currently empty

See our Resource Center for Information on Solder, Soldering Equipment & More !

Login | Sign Up
Call Our Service Champions: telephone 310-660-0140 // 8-5PM PST Mon. - Fri.
WE HELP YOU MAKE THE BEST POSSIBLE SOLDER JOINTS!

Industrial Soldering Resources

5 Common Mistakes That Could Occur When Soldering Sheet Metal

5 Common Mistakes That Could Occur When Soldering Sheet Metal

When you are soldering sheet metal, it can be a relatively easy process once you have the training and practice down.  Of course, there are times w...
What is The Best Flux for Soldering Sheet Metal?

What is The Best Flux for Soldering Sheet Metal?

When you are soldering any type of sheet metal, it is very important to choose the right flux.  Flux is made of an activator and a carrier that all...
Seam Soldering Training Video from the Copper Development Association Video

Seam Soldering Training Video from the Copper Development Association Video

Take a look at this great training video from the Copper Development Association.  It can be great to share with new or even your current employees...
Why Use Lead-Free Solder for Automotive Electric Parts ?

Why Use Lead-Free Solder for Automotive Electric Parts ?

Rotating vehicle electrical components such as starters and alternators contain a number of parts that must be soldered into place during the origi...
What Is The Best Way To Solder Galvanized Steel?

What Is The Best Way To Solder Galvanized Steel?

Soldering galvanized steel is a different process than soldering uncoated metals.  Galvanized steel is coated with zinc to prevent corrosion. If so...
What’s Different About Soldering Ornamental Copper?

What’s Different About Soldering Ornamental Copper?

Ornamental copper is a decorative metal, used in historic buildings, as well as incorporated into slate roofs and used on luxury exteriors.  It is ...
6 Safety Tips for Roofing and Sheet Metal Soldering

6 Safety Tips for Roofing and Sheet Metal Soldering

Soldering is an effective way to join copper, galvanized and stainless steel for sheet metal fabricators and roofers.  Because heated irons are use...
5 Steps to Effectively Solder Stainless Steel

5 Steps to Effectively Solder Stainless Steel

Soldering is an effective way to join stainless steel in roofing applications. It is important, however, to choose the right temperature, heating u...
Open Flame Soldering v. Heated Iron

Open Flame Soldering v. Heated Iron

Open flame torches were originally designed for soldering or brazing copper pipes in plumbing, in addition to roofing torch-down projects. W...
Why Use Lead Free?

Why Use Lead Free?

Most of us know that that lead in products is not only harmful to the environment but can potentially cause some health risks.  Therefore, unless l...
5 Reasons To Use Lead-Free Solder in Roofing Applications

5 Reasons To Use Lead-Free Solder in Roofing Applications

While lead-free solder has become increasingly popular and more widely used in recent years, most roofers would prefer to use tin/lead solder.  It ...