Flux

Oatey® Flux and Solder Pastes facilitate the soldering process, removing dirt, surface oxidation and other impurities from the solder joint. All Oatey Fluxes and Pastes are lead free and come in a variety of formulas, including water soluble and tinning.

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038753301303_H_001.jpg - Oatey® 1.7 oz. H-205 Water Soluble Paste Flux

Oatey® H-20®5 Paste Flux

Oatey

No

Water Soluble

Yellow

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Effective on most metals, excluding aluminum and stainless steel

Compatible with common plumbing solder alloys

Can be used on copper piping without discoloration

No

1.7 oz.

0.15 lb.

Safe for use in drinking water applications

Meets ASTM standard B-813

NSF standard 14 (Performance) and standard 61 (Health Effects) certified

Water flushable soldering paste flux

Ideal for large diameter copper piping

100% lead-free paste cleans and fluxes copper piping to provide uniform solder flow

1.7 oz. size

16 oz.

1.15 lb.

Meets ASTM standard B-813

NSF standard 14 (Performance) and standard 61 (Health Effects) certified

Safe for use in potable water applications

Water flushable

Good for large diameter copper piping

100 percent lead-free paste cleans, fluxes and copper piping to provide uniform solder flow

4 oz.

0.3 lb.

Meets ASTM standard B-813

NSF standard 14 (Performance) and standard 61 (Health Effects) certified

Safe for use in potable water applications

Water flushable

Good for large diameter copper piping

100 percent lead-free paste cleans, fluxes and copper piping to provide uniform solder flow

0.8 oz.

0.6 lb.

Meets ASTM standard B-813

NSF standard 14 (Performance) and standard 61 (Health Effects) certified

Safe for use in potable water applications

Water flushable

Good for large diameter copper piping

100 percent lead-free paste cleans, fluxes and copper piping to provide uniform solder flow

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