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Low Hydrogen Alloy?

Brazing Filler Alloys:

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Cadmium Free?

Soldering Filler Alloys:

Lead Free?

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Halogen / Halide Free?

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Welding Filler Alloys / Studs
   Welding Process / Form:       
   Your choices are...         
   Flux Coated / Stick       Flux coatings are applied to stick welding electrodes, and to brazing rods or strips. Stick electrode welding or shielded metal arc welding is a common welding process. The flux covering the electrode melts during welding or brazing to forming a gas, which then shields the arc and molten weld pool. The flux also forms a slag that protects the cooling weld pool or braze joint. The slag must be chipped or brushed off the weld bead, however. Flux coating also provides a method of adding scavengers, deoxidizers, and alloying elements to the weld metal. 
   Flux Cored Wire       Flux cored wire welding is similar to MIG welding, but uses a flux-filled central core. Most MIG welding equipment can perform flux-cored, arc-welding processes. With flux cored arc welding, the flux eliminates the need for a shielding gas supply. Metal and filler metals with an arc are struck between a consumable metal filler wire and the base alloy workpiece. The metal filler wire or consumable electrode is fed continuously and fused with the workpiece. Brazing rods are also available in flux cored forms. 
   MIG Wire (GMAW)       Gas metal arc welding (GMAW) is also known as the metal inert gas (MIG) process. In turn, MIG welding is sometimes referred to as short circuit transfer. With MIG arc welding, metal is joined by melting the base and filler metals with an arc struck between a consumable filler metal wire and the base alloy workpiece. The filler metal wire or consumable electrode is fed continuously fused with the workpiece. An externally-supplied gas or gas mixture provides shielding. Normally, MIG welding does not transfer any metal across the arc. Metal is deposited only when the wire actually touches the work.  
   TIG Rod (GTAW)       Gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) is known also as tungsten inert gas (TIG) rod welding. TIG welding joins metals by melting base and filler metals with an arc struck between a tungsten electrode and the workpiece. Normally, the tungsten electrode does not become part of the completed weld. Typically, filler metal is used. Argon inert gas or inert gas mixtures are used for shielding. 
   Weld Insert / Backing Ring       Products are weld inserts or backing rings.  Weld inserts and backup rings provide several functions such as setting the gap properly aligning or positioning the weld joints , preventing excessive weld root bead (produce smooth root beads) , insuring complete penetration through the weld joint and providing the consumable filler alloy material required. A good weld insert allows smooth tying in of pipe or tube, insert and adjacent fitting, tube, valve or pipe.  Weld inserts are produced in coiled, preformed backing ring and solid backing ring forms. The cross sections of the weld inserts are available in several different configurations such as "J", inverted "T", "K" or rectangular shapes.  Backing rings can have a performed round, square, rectangular or custom shapes.   
   Weld Stud / Fastener       Studs, nuts, or other fasteners are designed for welding to a workpiece. The fastener becomes an integral part of the welded assembly. Special welding guns, power sources, and systems may be used in the stud welding process. 
   Other       Other unlisted forms or shapes. 
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   Alloy Type:       
   Your choices are...         
   Aluminum Alloy       Filler alloys are used for welding aluminum or aluminum alloys. 
   Cast Iron       Filler alloys are designed specifically for welding cast iron. 
   Cobalt Alloy       Filler alloys are used for welding cobalt or cobalt alloys. 
   Copper / Copper Alloy       Filler alloys are used for welding copper or copper alloys. 
   Magnesium Alloy       Filler alloys are used for welding magnesium or magnesium alloys. 
   Nickel Alloy       Filler alloys are used for welding nickel or nickel alloys. 
   Steel - Carbon       Filler alloys are used for welding carbon steel alloys. These metals include plain carbon, low carbon, and mild steel. 
   Steel - Low Alloy Carbon       Filler alloys are used for welding low alloy carbon steel, a metal that is known also as high-strength low alloy (HSLA) steel. 
   Steel - Stainless       Filler alloys are used for welding stainless steel alloys. These metals include ferritic (400 series), austenitic (300 series), and other types of stainless steel alloys. 
   Steel - Tool / High Alloy       Filler alloys are used for welding tool or high alloy steels. These metals include high speed, hot work, die, shock, air, and oil or water grades. 
   Hardfacing / Repair Alloy       Specialized filler alloys are used to join castings, or produce or restore a specialized layer of a work surface. Usually, these filler alloys are highly alloyed to develop required properties. Several variations exist. Proper selection depends upon the application, such as build-up or joining, overlay, high abrasion resistance, high impact and abrasion resistance, and corrosion and heat resistance. Build-up filler alloys are used for repairing or joining castings or cast iron components. 
   Titanium Alloy       Filler alloys are used for welding titanium or titanium alloys. 
   Zirconium Alloy       Filler alloys are used for welding zirconium or zirconium alloys. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary metals or alloys. 
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   Low Hydrogen Alloy?       Low hydrogen filler alloys are designed to hydrogen embrittlement or hydrogen-assisted cracking in welded steel components. The moisture contamination of electrodes or post-electroplating may also result in hydrogen embrittlement. A low temperature heat treatment of the steel product eliminates the problem on smaller parts. 
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Brazing & Soldering Filler Alloys
   Brazing Filler Alloys:       
   Your choices are...         
   Aluminum Alloy Braze       Braze alloy based on an aluminum-silicon composition. 
   Copper Alloy Braze       Braze alloy based on copper alloy such as copper-phosphorus (Cu-P), copper-zinc (Cu-Zn), copper-tin (Cu-Sn), copper-manganese (Cu-Mn) or copper-nickel-boron (Cu-Ni-B) compositions. 
   Gold Alloy Braze       Braze alloy based on a gold alloy composition. 
   Nickel Alloy Braze       Braze alloy based on a nickel alloy composition. 
   Palladium Alloy Braze       Braze alloy based on a palladium alloy composition. 
   Silver Alloy Braze       Braze alloy based on a silver alloy composition. 
   Other       Other braze alloy compositions not listed here. 
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   Vacuum Grade Braze?       Braze alloy with suitably low vapor pressure or low volatility for processing in a vacuum furnace. 
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   Cadmium Free?       Braze alloys free of cadmium additions. Cadmium is considered a health hazard. 
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   Soldering Filler Alloys:       
   Your choices are...         
   Cadmium-Zinc (Cd-Zn)       Solders are based on cadmium-zinc (Cd-Zn) alloys. 
   Lead-Zinc (Pb-Zn)       Solders are based on lead-zinc (Pb-Zn) alloys.  
   Indium (In)       Solders are based on indium (In) alloys. 
   Tin-Lead (Sn-Pb)       Solders are based on tin-lead (Sn-Pb) alloys. 
   Tin-Silver (Sn-Ag)       Solders are based on tin-silver (Sn-Ag) alloys.   
   Tin-Antimony (Sn-Sb)       Solders are based on tin-antimony (Sn-Sb) alloys.  
   Zinc-Aluminum (Zn-Al)       Solders are based on zinc-aluminum (Zn-Al) alloys. 
   Other       Other unlisted solder alloys. 
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   Lead Free?       Braze alloys are free of lead additions. Lead is considered to be a health hazard. 
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Tips / Electrodes
   Tips / Electrodes:       
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   Resistance Welding Electrode / Horn       Resistance welding tips, electrodes, or horns often use copper, copper alloy, or copper tungsten composites.  
   TIG / Plasma Tungsten Electrode       Tungsten and tungsten-based alloys are used as electrodes in TIG or plasma welding because of their high temperature erosion resistance. The arc or plasma forms between the tungsten electrode and the work surface. Ceriated, lanthanated, thoriated or zirconated tungsten alloys provide enhanced erosion resistance and allow a finer tip on the electrode. 
   Cutting / Gouging Electrode       Cutting or gouging electrodes are used. 
   Other       Other unlisted electrodes. 
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Fluxes & Cleaners
   Fluxes & Cleaners:       
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   Brazing Flux       Brazing fluxes help clean oxides or other workpiece contamination and maintain a clean joint. 
   Cleaner / Pickle       Cleaners, solvents or pickles are used for removing excess flux or rosin, grease, machining chips, cutting fluid, shop dust, oxide scale or corrosion. 
   Soldering Flux / Rosin       Soldering fluxes or rosins help clean oxides or other workpiece contamination and maintain a clean joint. 
   Welding Flux       With welding fluxes, the flux coating creates a shielding gas that protects the melt pool and may improve arc stability. The flux is also an alloy-cleaning agent. The flux reacts with impurities within the metallic pool to form a slag that floats to the top of the relatively heavier liquid steel or metal alloy. 
   Other       Other fluxes, cleaners or chemical consumables not listed such as flux thinners and flux or solder paste binders. 
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   Halogen / Halide Free?       Fluxes do not contain halide compounds such as metal fluoride or chloride salts. 
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   Semiconductor Grade       Flux is compatible with processes utilized in the semiconductor manufacturing industry. 
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Form / Shape
   Form / Shape:       
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   Composite / Trimet       Products are composites or trimets. 
   Paste       Products are pastes. 
   Powder       Products are powders. 
   Preform       Products are preforms. 
   Solid Wire       Products are solid wires. 
   Strip / Sheet / Foil       Products are strips, sheets, or foil. 
   Thermite Mix       Products are thermite mixes. 
   Tubular Wire       Products are tubular wires. 
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   Diameter / Thickness       The product's diameter or thickness. 
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Properties
   Tensile Strength (UTS)       Universal tensile strength (UTS) is the breaking load. 
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   Yield Strength       Yield strength (YS) is the applied stress under which an object experiences plastic deformation. 
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   Elongation       Elongation is the increase in length of a material stressed in tension. 
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   Melting Range       The range of temperatures at which products melt.  
   Search Logic:      User may specify either, both, or neither of the limits in a "From - To" range; when both are specified, matching products will cover entire range. Products returned as matches will meet all specified criteria.
   Conductivity       The electrical conductivity of products. 
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Standards Approval
   Approvals / Conformance:       
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   ABS       Products meet grade specifications from the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS). 
   AMS       Products meet Aerospace Materials Specifications (AMS) from the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). 
   ASME       Products meet standards from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). Most ASME specifications are adopted from or are very similar to American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) specifications. 
   ASTM / UNS       The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) is a non-profit organization that develops and publishes voluntary standards for materials, products, systems, and services. Products that are ASTM-certified comply with design specifications for safety. The Unified Numbering System (UNS) is a specification established by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), and metal trade associations such as the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) and the Aluminum Association (AA). The UNS assigns metals and alloys a lettered prefix and a five-digit number. Welding filler alloys belong to the UNS W series. 
   AWS       Products meet specifications and classifications from the American Welding Society (AWS). 
   BS       Products meet specifications from the British Standards Institute (BSI). 
   CWB       Products meet specifications from the Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB). 
   DIN       Products meet DIN standards for metal fillers. DIN is an acronym for Deutsches Institut für Normung (DIN), a German national organization for standardization. 
   DNV       Products meet metallurgical specifications for process controls and manufacturing capabilities from Norway’s Det Norske Veritas (DNV). These specifications are contained in DNV’s Approval of Metallic Materials (AMM) qualification system. DNV is accredited by the European Union (EU) as a Notified Body for product safety testing and certification. 
   ISO / EN       Products meet International Standards Organization (ISO) or EURONORM (EN) standards for filler alloys and welding consumables. ISO is a worldwide federation of national standards organizations from over 100 countries. ISO's mission is to facilitate the international exchange of goods and services, and to foster cooperation in the spheres of intellectual, technological, and economic activity.  
   JIS       Products meet Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS) for filler alloys and welding consumables. 
   Lloyd's       Products meet grade specifications from Lloyd's Register of Shipping. 
   MIL-SPEC       Products meet U.S. military specifications (MIL-SPEC). 
   RWMA       Products meet class requirements from the Resistance Welding Manufacturers Association (RWMA). 
   Other       Other unlisted government, agency, or company specifications. 
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