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Muggy Weld Product Line, Promotional Video

Muggy Weld promotional video featuring the entire Muggy Weld product line: Super Alloy 1, Super Alloy 5, SSF-6 Silver Solder, SSQ-6 Silver Solder Paste, Heat Freeze Heat Paste (formerly Cool Blue), 77 Cast Iron Electrode, and 72 Burnt Cast Iron Electrode

Stick Welding Cast Iron Repair with Muggy Weld

Youtube user Brandon Lund uses Muggy Weld 72 and 77 electrodes to weld a cast iron exhaust manifold. Brandon was a first time user of Muggy Weld products and gave step by step instructions for cast iron identification and cast iron welding.

Pot Metal and Zinc Die Cast Repairs Made Easy

Super Alloy 1 demonstration of how to repair pot metal parts, quickly and easily. Pot metal is an alloy comprised primarily of zinc, copper, and tin that has been widely used in the construction of hood ornaments, grilles, door handles, steering wheel centers, and a variety of dash and trim pieces for antique autos.

Aluminum Welding Brazing and Soldering with a Hand Held Torch

Aluminum repair techniques featuring Muggy Weld's Super Alloy line--Super Alloy 1 and Super Alloy 5. Learn to weld, braze, and solder aluminum with a torch or TIG machine.

Muggy Weld Product Line, Promotional Video

Demonstration of all Muggy Weld products: Super Alloy 1, Super Alloy 5, SSF-6, SSQ-6, Heat Freeze, 72 burnt cast iron electrode and 77 cast iron electrode

Stick Welding Cast Iron Repair with Muggy Weld

Youtube user Brandon Lund uses 72 and 77 electrodes to weld a dirty cast iron exhaust manifold

Pot Metal and Zinc Die Cast Repairs Made Easy

Pot metal restoration and repair with Super Alloy 1 350°F solder. Ideal for classic cars and antique autos.

Aluminum Welding Brazing and Soldering with a Hand Held Torch

Aluminum welding, brazing and soldering with Muggy Weld alloys

Braze or Solder Copper to Stainless Steel Tubing

SSF-6 Silver Solder joins copper to stainless steel with a handheld torch

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Here are a before soldering and an after soldering photo of the steel intake I built for my 1990 Mazda B2200 using the SSF-6 solder. It worked great, I used a plumbing propane torch and a propane garden torch to preheat the intake, since the flanges are quite thick: 3/8"

Donald K

I got your Super Alloy one last week and proceeded to braze and join a broken bracket on my pot metal sculpture lamp. It worked wonderfully. Prior to this I tried calling around to professionals and no-one knew how to fix pot metal and they asked me to tell them if I figured out how to do it. I tried regular solder, epoxy glue prior to your alloy 1. Nothing worked. - Thanks

Shizue Davis

I used your 77 rods to repair a cast iron block this morning and I was very impressed. It was a broken ear where the transmission bolts to the block. About 2" x 1". Completely snapped off during a wreck. The car only had 36,000 miles and the customer didn't want to get a used engine with 60-80,000 miles. I didn't take any pictures, wish I had because it came out even better than I thought it would have.

I was tempted to use TIG with those 77 rods but it was on a Saturday and I didn't want to chance something going wrong. I tried calling you guys but I ended up stick welding it about 1/2" at a time, peening the weld and letting it cool in between. I have to tell you, that stuff laid in there beautifully (It almost looked like TIG). If it holds as good as it looks, I saved the customer a lot of money. I used the stick process and they worked very well! They flowed in nicely and the welds looked great. It saved my customer from replacing the engine block.

I highly recommend these rods, can't wait to try them with TIG!

Matt Chalmers
MCE Performance, Murphy TX

I ordered your Super Alloy #5 to weld a hole up in an aluminum 2x4 barrel intake for a 56 Corvette. Needless to say, the product worked just like the video showed. I must have watched the video a dozen times to see if I was missing anything. It seemed too easy, but it really was easy. Thanks for a product that performed exactly as described. I am sold.

Dave Handshoe

The SSF-6 silver solder rod is an excellent product. I used it to solder a stainless steel nipple to a Cornelius keg lid (I'm making a forced carbonation lid for my homebrew) and it worked like a charm. I couldn't find a weld shop locally to even attempt the job.

Ed Walkowski
North Abington Twp., PA

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