Bar Solder -- 158°F Eutectic Fusible Alloy Bar
from Indium Corporation

Fusible Alloys include a group of binary, ternary, quaternary, and quinary alloys containing Bismuth, lead, tin, cadmium and indium. The term fusible alloy refers to any of the more than 100 white-metal alloys that melt at relatively low temperatures. Fusible alloys are materials that melt at less... [See More]

  • Joining Process / Product Form: Filler braze or solder alloy in a reconfigured sheet form that fits the contour of the joint surfaces.
  • Nominal Composition: 50Bi-26.7Pb-13.3Sn-10Cd
  • Diameter / Thickness: 0.7500
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
#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
SILVASMITH™ 35
from Wolverine Joining Technologies

SILVASMITH ™ alloys are used extensively for joining sterling silver in jewelry applications. The alloy composition is often selected to provide a close color match with sterling, and to permit the process of step brazing. SILVASMITH alloys have good ductility and are sometimes used to join... [See More]

  • Joining Process / Product Form: Filler braze or solder alloy in a reconfigured sheet form that fits the contour of the joint surfaces. (optional feature); Strip, sheet or foil (optional feature); Solid wire or rod (optional feature)
  • Braze Alloy: Silver Alloy Braze
  • Melting Range: 1125 to 1295
  • Nominal Composition: 35Ag-26Cu-21Zn-18Cd
SILVABRITE
from Wolverine Tube, Inc.

SILVABRITE silver/tin soldering alloys have been engineered specifically for field repair. These silver/tin solders have been specially formulated to make difficult repairs swiftly and confidently. Use SILVABRITE for fast melting, free flowing jobs. SILVABRITE is an ASTM (B32-04 grade Sn96) approved... [See More]

  • Joining Process / Product Form: Filler braze or solder alloy in a reconfigured sheet form that fits the contour of the joint surfaces. (optional feature); Solid wire or rod (optional feature)
  • Melting Range: 430 to 450
  • Applications / Materials Joined: Ferrous, SS, Bronze, Brass, Non-ferrous
  • Solder Alloy: Tin-Silver Alloy Solder (Sn-Ag)