1. How to Repair an Exhaust Without Welding

    How to Repair an Exhaust Without Welding

    Repairing an exhaust leak without welding can be done and it could not be easier using the Portasol-Patch.

    A broken exhaust is usually accompanied by a hissing sound, rattling, a low rumble or even loud noises.

    First of all, you need your materials to get the job done! Don’t worry, it’s not a big list.

    Materials You'll Need:

    1. Portasol-Patch: Our repair patch is available on our website and from a wide variety of distributors in two sizes, 3”x6” and 6”x9”.
    2. Wire Brush: To clean the area around the leak.
    3. Safety Gear: Wear safety gloves and safety glasses to protect yourself while working on the exhaust system.

    Here is a step-by-step guide:

    1. Safety First: Make sure your vehicle is parked in a safe and well-ventilated area. Allow the exhaust system to cool down if it's hot.
    2. Locate the Leak: Inspect your exhaust system to find the location of the leak. It may appear as a small hole, crack,
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  2. Plastic Welding : The Process Explained

    Plastic Welding : The Process Explained


    Plastic welding is the method of joining two pieces of plastic together using heat. This is similar to how metal is welded, but instead of melting the metal to join it, the heat is used to melt the plastic and fuse the two pieces together. A plastic filler rod is often used to bond the two damaged plastic pieces together.

    Plastic welding is often used in manufacturing to join plastic parts together, such as in the production of automotive parts, pipes, and electronic components. It can also be used for repairing plastic objects, such as toys, household

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  3. How Do Butane Soldering Irons Work?

    Portasol Soldering Iron

    How Do Butane Soldering Irons Work?

    Butane soldering irons use a butane gas fuel source to generate heat for soldering. Here is how they work:

    The butane gas is stored in a refillable tank within the soldering iron. Butane is a hydrocarbon gas that is commonly used in portable heating devices because it is easy to store, transport, and ignite.

    The ignition system on a Portasol butane soldering iron involves a piezoelectric system, which generates an electric spark when it is struck. This spark ignites the butane gas flowing from the tank, creating a flame at the tip of the soldering iron. The flame heats up a catalyst which in turn heats the tip, which then is used to heat the metal surfaces to be soldered and the solder itself, causing it to melt and flow onto the metal. The user can then control the temperature of the soldering iron by adjusting the gas flow and flame size.

    Portasol soldering irons include safety features such as a locking mechanism

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