How to Weld Anything
If you are just getting started, the first question you’ll be asking yourself is: what do I need to start welding? While there are a number of resources including books on welding, most of them don’t tell you about the right tools needed for the task.
Many would have you believe that you need a welding machine if you want to learn how to weld. But surprise. You actually don’t. Contrary to popular belief, all you need to start welding is a heat source like propane, butane, map, an oxy-acetylene torch. Either of these together with our high-strength brazing road is everything you need for the task.
So the good news is that you won’t need to spend hours learning MIG and TIG welding. Thanks to our HTS-2000 and HTS-528 industrial-strength, second-generation brazing rods along with the flexibility of gas welding, you can learn how to weld in practically no time at all.
Yes, you read right. Before you know it, you’ll be welding rivets, car tanks, engines, trucks, tractors, airplanes, motorbikes, boats, wheels, canopies, gutters, step-ladders, aluminum brackets and automobiles. All this with just a heat source, our range of hi-tech brazing products and a will to learn.
That’s exactly why professional repairmen, maintenance shop owners and welders everywhere have made the switch to our welding system. So if you are new to welding, don’t start off on another welding platform only to change over to our system later. Make the right start with our advanced line of brazing products.
For starters, if you just want to stick two pieces of metal together without giving way, cracking or withering, we recommend our HTS-2000 brazing rod for aluminum. This has a higher tensile strength and elongation than any other product available in the market. What’s more, you won’t need any other special tools or brushes as the repairs end up being tougher than the base metal. The brazing rod even cuts through impurities like corrosion, anti-freeze and oil.
For cast iron, the HTS-528 brazing rod is your best bet. With this, melting the base metal will not be required as the flux is built into our rod. This model of rod is also best suited for applications that require high-heat up to 1400 degrees like fixing cracks in blocks or cast iron exhaust manifold.
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