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    Has anyone ever brazed with water before??



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    https://www.castolin.com/sites/defau...ent_no_gas.pdf


    Just wondering if anyone has ever used it and what any experiences were?

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    Re: Has anyone ever brazed with water before??

    they where using them at the refrigeration show at the o2

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    Re: Has anyone ever brazed with water before??

    Looks a good bit of kit. Hope they make it with a longer hose and a 110volt version.
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    Re: Has anyone ever brazed with water before??

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    I think if it works and if the price is right more will be out there and then the modifications
    like 110v / 230v or even battery like your drill 2.5 kW though would need fair sized batteries.

    Ive emailed them for details and prices with the intention of using one for training, as an alternative
    to the Oxy / Accet - Maxigas jobbies we have, it might be a viable alternative.

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    Re: Has anyone ever brazed with water before??

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob White View Post
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    I think if it works and if the price is right more will be out there and then the modifications
    like 110v / 230v or even battery like your drill 2.5 kW though would need fair sized batteries.

    Ive emailed them for details and prices with the intention of using one for training, as an alternative
    to the Oxy / Accet - Maxigas jobbies we have, it might be a viable alternative.

    Rob

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    Its the same principal used in fuel systems. Had one in my old Berlingo, water is separate into oxygen and hydrogen, flowing into the car intake system, a much better mileage per gallon, more power and cleaner exhaust gas.

    Castoline unit is doing the same. Problem is low brazing temp compare to propane\oxygen kits.

    I am sure it "not" very cheap either.

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    Re: Has anyone ever brazed with water before??

    Quote Originally Posted by chemi-cool View Post
    Its the same principal used in fuel systems. Had one in my old Berlingo, water is separate into oxygen and hydrogen, flowing into the car intake system, a much better mileage per gallon, more power and cleaner exhaust gas.

    Castoline unit is doing the same. Problem is low brazing temp compare to propane\oxygen kits.

    I am sure it "not" very cheap either.
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    It was a nice thought.

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    Re: Has anyone ever brazed with water before??

    That has just priced itself out of being useful!!
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