Welding Filler Metal/Electrodes -- All-State 53
from ESAB Welding and Cutting Products

An intermediate temperature range solder for zinc base die castings. Will produce smooth, dense, porosity free deposits that will color match on zinc die castings. [See More]

  • Joining Process / Product Form: Braze or solder in the form of a paste.; Powder; Solid wire or rod
  • Welding Filler Types: General Alloy
  • Tensile Strength (UTS): 28000
  • Braze Alloy: General Alloy
Aluminum Filler Metal -- AL 716
from Lucas Milhaupt Global Brazing Solutions

Aluminum brazing and soldering filler metals are used to join materials within the aluminum family of alloys. These materials are available in wire, strip, powder, paste (both corrosive and non-corrosive formulations) and preformed rings and shapes. Lucas-Milhaupt also offers aluminum flux-cored... [See More]

  • 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
  • Melting Range: 1085
  • Applications / Materials Joined: Aluminum Alloys
  • Braze Alloy: Aluminum Alloy Braze
Non-Precious Brazing Filler Copper (OFHC)
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]

  • Joining Process / Product Form: Powder (optional feature); Strip, sheet or foil (optional feature); Solid wire or rod (optional feature)
  • Braze Alloy: Copper Alloy Braze
  • Melting Range: 1981
#718 Aluminum
from Bellman-Melcor LLC

The alloy of choice for brazing most grades of aluminum. Available in both wire and strip form. Widely used in the automotive and heat transfer industries. Most commonly used for induction and torch heating. [See More]

  • Joining Process / Product Form: A multi-layered preform for brazing carbide or joining materials with compatibility issues.; 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.; Flux coated stick or electrode for welding or brazing.; Strip, sheet or foil; Solid wire or rod; Hollow wire or metal cored filler
  • Melting Range: 1070 to 1080
  • Applications / Materials Joined: Aluminum to Aluminum
  • Braze Alloy: Aluminum Alloy Braze; Cadmium Free
Lincolnweld® P2007
from Lincoln Electric Co. (The)

Top FeaturesProduces sound welds with excellent slag removal and bead appearanceExhibits superior resistance to moisture pickupDesigned for maximum toughness and ductility with duplex stainless steelsTypical ApplicationsFor submerged arc welding of the 300 and 400 series stainless steels, and... [See More]

  • Joining Process / Product Form: Powder
  • Tensile Strength (UTS): 79770 to 82671
  • Applications / Materials Joined: For Submerged Arc Welding of the 300 and 400 Series Stainless Steels, and Similar Alloy Filler Metal
  • Yield Strength (YS): 55114 to 58015
DRY FLUX
from Wolverine Tube, Inc.

DRY FLUX is ULTRA FLUX in powder form. This allows the user to customize the flux's solvent and viscosity characteristics. DRY FLUX is available in 1 lb and 25 lb containers. [See More]

  • Joining Process / Product Form: Powder
  • Fluxes & Cleaners: Brazing Flux
  • Melting Range: 1100 to 1600
  • Nominal Composition: Potassium salts of fluorine and boric acid