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Subject: Re: Zinc welding

Date: 05/03/03 at 6:06 PM
Posted by: Jeff
E-mail: ventureline@shaw.ca
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In Reply to: Re: Zinc welding posted by Doug Rodrigues on 05/01/03 at 1:09 AM:

If I remember correct, Zinc roofing does oxidize, naturally this protects it. Welding or brazing zinc is really not a good idea, and extremely poisonous. All roofing tiles, and sheets are generally bonded together with a special glue, or are rivetted. Zinc is Compatable with Stainless, Aluminum, and I think White Pine wood. Everything else corrodes the zinc quite rapidly. If it's a patch your after, then the best course of action would be the rivet an seal a fresh piece of zinc over the hole.


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