When soldering, metals are joined together by means of a solder at process temperatures below 450°C. In the process, the solder is melted and forms a joint between the metal surfaces. To ensure that these joints are as stable and durable as possible, the two surfaces of the metals to be soldered must be as clean and free of oxides as possible. The formation of oxides during the soldering process should also be avoided.
To achieve this, Emil Otto has developed a wide variety of products, such as flux concentrates, ready-to-use fluxes, soldering lotions, oils, pastes and greases, which can be used for reliable soldering of metals. These include applications where copper, brass, stainless steel and nickel are soldered. Emil Otto products can be used for industrial applications as well as for craftsmen/trade applications and are available in different packaging sizes.