Alumaloy ~ A Cheap Alternative To Expensive Aluminum Welding

Alumaloy ~ Cheap Alternative To Aluminum Welding
Alumaloy ~ 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.

Time needed: 10 minutes.

Join aluminum, pot metal and galvanized steel with Alumaloy in just three easy steps…

  1. Clean

    Clean the base metal using anything from a wire brush, file, sandpaper, grinder, etc. No Flux needed!
    Alumaloy Step 1 ~ Clean

  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° F.
    Alumaloy Step 2 ~ Heat

  3. Repair

    As soon as the base metal reaches 728° F the Alumaloy rod will flow. Back off with the heat and make your repair.
    Alumaloy Step 3 ~ Repair

Alumaloy melts at 728° Fahrenheit giving you the ability to repair the thinnest to the thickest metals without worrying about warpage or distortion. Alumaloy even repairs pot metal — one of the most difficult non ferrous metals in the world to repair. Perfect for classic car trim and emblem repair projects.

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, RV parts, gutters, pontoons, molds, rims and so much more.

Alumaloy is specially formulated to make strong permanent repairs that can last a lifetime. Unlike other specialty repair rods, Alumaloy contains no lead, no tin, and no cadmium.

Alumaloy is a welcome addition to any tool box and 100% guaranteed to work for you. Each rod is approximately 1/8″ x 18″ long.

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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…

Alumaloy Physical Properties

Alumaloy Rod Size: 1/8″ x 18″

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

Alumaloy is Sold in Packs of 5, 10, 20, or 50 Rods. Larger quantities lead to lower prices per rod:

  • 5 rods – $3/each
  • 10 rods – $1.80/each
  • 20 rods – $1.30/each
  • 50 rods – $1.30/each

Made in USA ~ Environmentally Friendly

Alumaloy is an environmentally friendly product that gives you the ability to repair more and throw out less — saving money and the planet at the same time. Alumaloy is proudly made in the United States of America!