I'm soon about to improve my HF2V radial field connection point.
I have a copper tubing ring which I will use and I intend to solder
the radials to this.
I know the standard 60 /40 rosin cored solder is not suitable for long
term outdoor soldered connections.
What is the recommended solder and flux to use for outdoor soldered connections?
I expect I will need to use a butane torch?
The radial ring will not be buried, and I don't want to seal the
soldered connections with some sort of sealant, so I can easily add
more radials as and when I can, 32 at the moment.
I'm totally familiar with light electronic circuit soldering but not
with this "Heavy Duty Outdoor stuff"
Thanks es 73, Deni
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