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Hi, I don't know the brand, I have had a bundle of it for years I got from work. It has no tags or markings and looks very similar to regular mild steel copper coated tig rod. Set your welder for steel straight dc and use roughly the same amperage settings or a little less. Control the heat with the foot pedal using enough to make the rod flow but not melting the parent metal. Very much like the difference between gas welding and gas brazing because that's exactly what you are doing Brazing. Tons of good you-tube videos on it. For something like I just did it's great as it is very forgiving and the cad or zinc on the nut doesn't mess you up like it can with tig welding. Here is a picture of a silicon bronze rod side by side with a steel rod with the silicone bronze on the left. easy to mix them up if both are near your welder but you can see the difference when you look close. If not sure only the steel is magnetic.
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