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Uniweld Products, Inc. Revs Up for SEMA 2016

Uniweld Products will have a booth at the 2016 SEMA Show on November 1 – November 4, 2016 at the Las Vegas Convention Center   Uniweld Products is looking forward to the 2016 SEMA Show that will take place November 1-3 from 9:00am – 5:00pm and November 4 from 9:00am – 4:00pm at the Las […]

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Soft Soldering Aluminum to Copper Using UNI4300

Download This Video [ Without Subtitles ] or [ With Subtitles ] Richard Apodaca demonstrates how to join an aluminum tube to a copper tube using Uniweld’s UNI4300 Soft Solder Kit.

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HT44 Twister®2 Self-Igniting Hand Torch

Download This Video Uniweld Sales Executive, Matt Foster, gives an overview of the HT44 Twister®2 Self-Igniting Hand Torch.

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Aluminum Repair with UNI4300 Soft Solder Kit

Download This Video [ Without Subtitles ] or [ With Subtitles ] As more and more aluminum coils are introduced to the market, technicians will be faced with the challenge of making aluminum repairs. Uniweld’s UNI4300 kit can be used to join aluminum, as well as dissimilar metals like aluminum to copper, aluminum to brass […]

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Brazing with NV1 NitroVue™ Nitrogen Flow Indicator

Download This Video [ Without Subtitles ] or [ With Subtitles ] Uniweld Sales Executive, Matt Foster, gives an overview of the NV1 NitroVue™ which allows a technician to control the flow of nitrogen down to 3-5 SCFH. Matt explains why it is important to achieve a low flow and shows the proper way to […]

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Cool Blue™ Heat Sink Paste

Download This Video Uniweld’s Director International Richard Apodaca demonstrates the overheating protective properties of Cool Blue™, by showing 2 copper tubes being brazed side by side. Each tube is wrapped with a metal wire which has a melting temperature of 430 °F (221 °C). The tube on the left side is unprotected, whereas the tube […]

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Brazing Tips: MTF-5 vs. Single Flame

Download This Video Uniweld”s Director International Richard Apodaca explains the difference in working with a single flame versus their Cap’n Hook multi flame tip.

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