Alumaloy ~ Amazon’s Cheap Alternative To Expensive Aluminum Welding

Alumaloy ~ Amazon's Cheap Alternative To Aluminum Welding
Alumaloy ~ Amazon's Cheap Alternative To Aluminum Welding
 

Imagine being able to repair anything made of Aluminum, Pot Metal and Galvanized Steel using a simple propane torch. No flux! No special training.

Join Aluminum with Alumaloy in Just Three Easy Steps…

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  1. Clean
  2. Alumaloy Step 1 ~ Clean
    Step 1 ~ Clean

    Clean the base metal using anything from a wire brush, file, sandpaper, grinder, etc. No Flux needed!

  3. Heat
  4. Alumaloy Step 2 ~ Heat
    Step 2 ~ Heat

    Heat the base metal using anything from propane on up. Do not heat the Alumaloy rod. Remember the heavier the item the longer it takes to reach 728 deg f.

  5. Repair
  6. Alumaloy Step 3 ~ Repair
    Step 3 ~ Repair

    As soon as the base metal reaches 728 degrees f the Alumaloy rod will flow. Back off with your heat and make your repair.

You can repair boats, props, storm doors, ladders, antiques, tools, outboards, motors, lawn furniture, transmissions, cylinder heads, thermostats, radiators, air conditioning lines, condensers, oil pans, motorcycles, bell housings, R.V. parts, gutters, pontoons, molds, rims and more…

Dirt Lifestyle demonstrates this inexpensive alternative to aluminum welding:

This stuff is really cool! With a little practice, Alumaloy makes a solid alternative to aluminum welding — All you need is the Alumaloy rod, a clean work surface, and a simple propane torch — You don’t even need flux…

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Alumaloy Physical Properties

  • Tensile Strength lbs/sq.in:   39,000
  • Compression Strength lbs/sq.in:   60,000
  • Shear Strength lbs/sq.in:   34,000
  • Electrical Conductivity:   24.9 (%IACS)
  • Corrosion Penetration:   300 x 106 in 1 1/R
  • Brinell Hardness   100
  • Ductility   Good
  • Melting Point   728 degrees f
  • Density lbs/cu.in   0.25 d

Alumaloy Rod Size: 1/8″ x 18″

 
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