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Thread: Welding Deep Fryer Baskets

  1. #26
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    Re: Welding Deep Fryer Baskets


    Quote Originally Posted by tapwelder View Post
    That reminds me. I have not seen my can of Solar Flux in forever.
    My source quotes 58.00$ a pint can - it's worth looking for . . .

    It's utility is to prevent 'sugaring' - [related to carbide precipitation?]
    S/F - prevents oxidation when the puddle depth/bottom penetrates
    the opposite surface.

    Even with solid sections [of depth] it is problematic - it is a 'no-go' on
    sections this small . . .




  2. #27
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    Nashville, TN
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    Re: Welding Deep Fryer Baskets

    Not so sure it bridges. I have never gotten it to build up in air. A nice fillet isn't gonna reach up and grab a shortened wire.

    I agree brazing could be a solution, though one is at the mercy of the basket condition. It would be perfect if all that was needed was refitting and clamping. Also, there is cleaning the basket for brazing...

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