...special chemical reagent utilized in metal/wire joining. These fluxes have two main functions. The first one is to terminate any oxidic compounds that appear on the surface of the metal. Oxidation is common and inevitable, and it is important because oxides prevent metals from linking together while soldering, weakening or disrupting the bond, or preventing the flow of electricity in wires. The second important function of fluxes, that is directly connected to the first one, is coating the materials with a protective layer that eliminates the possibility of additional oxidation processes that are common in high-temperature conditions. Fluxes may contain organic and inorganic chemical substances, depending on the type and the heat-level regime of metal-joining process. We present a great selection of soldering/welding fluxes. Shop for the best with MegaDepot.