Im glad your not afraid to use these aggresive fluxes.!
Ive looked up this co, thanks for the link, and they list they have an agent? or distributor here in the UK.
Shot off an email just now, hope they can respond quickly.
When I get some and run trials with it will report how it works out in my setting.
I currently use tig with argon to join small components down to 15 amps. Still tricky.
Last year was asked to make some titanium wedding rings. Not wanting to turn them up out of bar stock, had some 3/16th cp plate. Had it break press guillotined to 3/16th sq, then hammered it into 1/2 round in a die, was surprisingly hard by hand.
Should have set up the die in my 10 ton fly press!. will do so next time… then coiled it around my tapered steel ring mandrel, cut off trued up them tig’d the joint.
Polished up then fire oxidised to the lovely clear blue. Customer v/happy.
Do you use a standard Johnson Matthey easiflow silver brazing filler rod? thats 55% Ag with other metals inc cadmium. Now not made any more here. Ive enough to last me out. some kilos of it.
Ive read their advice note on this flux, they recommend using their filler rod Do you?