Welding Filler Metal/Electrodes -- All-State 23
from ESAB Welding and Cutting Products

A brazing alloy containing silver to reduce temperature for copper to copper, and copper to brass or bronze. Deposit provides high ductility, high corrosion and heat resistance, and excellent electrical conductivity. Use All-State No. 21, 110, or S-200 flux when working with brass or bronze. [See More]

  • Braze Alloy: Copper Alloy Braze; Silver Alloy Braze; Phosphor
  • Elongation: 25
  • Tensile Strength (UTS): 45000
  • Welding Filler Types: Copper
Carbide Brazing Alloy -- Hi-Temp 080
from Lucas Milhaupt Global Brazing Solutions

Lucas-Milhaupt offers several products for brazing carbide and diamond cutting tools. These materials typically include nickel or manganese (or both) to facilitate wetting of the carbide and increase bond strength. Many of these alloys are also available in a Tri-metal form. These Trimet® alloys... [See More]

  • Braze Alloy: Copper Alloy Braze
  • Joining Process / Product Form: Filler braze or solder alloy in a reconfigured sheet form that fits the contour of the joint surfaces.; Strip, sheet or foil; Solid wire or rod
  • Applications / Materials Joined: Tungsten Carbide, Steels
  • Melting Range: 1675
Active Brazing Filler Metal Copper-ABA®
from Morgan Advanced Materials

The Wesgo Metals business of Morgan Technical Ceramics manufactures and supplies high-purity, low vapour pressure brazing alloys in various forms. Precious and non-precious alloys are available in atomized powder, discs, evaporation slugs, extrudable paste, FlexibrazeTM, preforms, ribbon, rings,... [See More]

  • Braze Alloy: Copper Alloy Braze
  • Melting Range: 1756 to 1875
  • Joining Process / Product Form: Braze or solder in the form of a paste. (optional feature); Strip, sheet or foil (optional feature); Solid wire or rod (optional feature)
97/3
from Bellman-Melcor LLC

Used for centuries as a means of joining metals together, solders are ideal for lower temperature applications. Since our founding in 1963, Bellman-Melcor has been providing the highest quality solder alloys and fluxes to meet our customers unique requirements and applications.With more than 150... [See More]

  • Braze Alloy: Copper Alloy Braze; Cadmium Free
  • Welding Filler Types: Copper
  • Joining Process / Product Form: Braze or solder in the form of a paste.; Powder; Filler braze or solder alloy in a reconfigured sheet form that fits the contour of the joint surfaces.; Strip, sheet or foil; Solid wire or rod; Flux Cored Wire; Hollow wire or metal cored filler
  • Melting Range: 1980 to 2015
SILVALOY® 0
from Wolverine Joining Technologies

SILVALOY 0 is extremely fluid at brazing temperatures and will penetrate joints with very little clearance. Best results are obtained with clearances of .001-.003". Melting of SILVALOY 0 is virtually complete at 1350F. Best results are obtained when brazing slightly above this temperature. The... [See More]

  • Braze Alloy: Copper Alloy Braze; Silver Alloy Braze
  • Melting Range: 1310
  • Joining Process / Product Form: Strip, sheet or foil (optional feature); Solid wire or rod (optional feature); Rings, Washers, Specialty Shapes
  • Nominal Composition: 92.75Cu-7.25P
SILVABRAZE
from Wolverine Tube, Inc.

SILVABRAZE is extremely fluid at brazing temperatures and will penetrate joint with very little clearance. Melting of SILVABRAZE is virtually complete at 1450oF (788oC). Best results are obtained when brazing slightly above Liquidus temperature with clearances of .001- .003". The phosphorous content... [See More]

  • Braze Alloy: Copper Alloy Braze; Cadmium Free
  • Joining Process / Product Form: Solid wire or rod
  • Applications / Materials Joined: Copper, Copper-Alloys, Brass, Bronze
  • Melting Range: 1450 to 1600