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FAQ - COPPER INSTALLATION

What is the general purpose of fluxes?

Are all fluxes safe for use on water lines?

What is the difference between #5 and #95 fluxes?

What is the best flux and solder to use for Low-Lead Brass?

What is Tinning Flux, and what are its recommended uses?

What is the purpose for using the Oatey Flame Protector when soldering?

Which solder should be used when installing water lines?

What are the melting ranges for Oatey Solders?

How long can you leave flux on the pipe before soldering the joints?

What type of solder and flux are recommended to solder electronics?

What type of solder and flux are recommended to solder heat ducts?

What type of solder and flux are recommended when used in food grade processes?

What type of solder and flux are recommended to solder stainless steel?

What is the difference between water soluble and non-soluble (petroleum base) flux?

How do I flush flux out of my water lines?

How long can you leave flux on the pipe before soldering the joints?

Are fluxes corrosive?

Does Oatey have a brazing solder and flux?

What is the difference between Oatey Silver Lead Free solder and Oatey Safe-Flo solder?

How much silver is in Oatey Silver solder?

What is the shelf life of Oatey fluxes?

Do you need to stir Oatey fluxes before applying it to the joints?

How can excess flux be removed from the exterior of pipe after the joint has been soldered?

What is the diameter of bulk solder?

What is the diameter of carded solder?

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