AMPCO-TRODE® -- 10
from AMPCO METAL

AMPCO-TRODE 10 aluminum bronze is the most versatile welding electrode in this family of alloys. It is intended for deposition with electric arc welding processes. AMPCO-TRODE 10 will weld and join many ferrous and nonferrous metals and combinations of dissimilar metals. These metals include the... [See More]

  • Joining Process / Product Form: Flux coated stick or electrode for welding or brazing. (optional feature); TIG Rod (GTAW) (optional feature); MIG Spool (GMAW) (optional feature)
  • Diameter / Thickness: 0.0625 to 0.1875
  • Applications / Materials Joined: Aluminum Bronze
  • Tensile Strength (UTS): 77000 to 79000
Arcaloy Nickel Steel Solid Wires -- Arcaloy 276
from ESAB Welding and Cutting Products

Features. Arcaloy ER276 is a Ni-Cr-Mo alloy designed for joining or cladding nickel based alloys and stainless steels. The higher Moly content offers maximum pitting and crevice corrosion protection. * This item is subject to Industry Alloy Surcharges. Industries. Process. Pulp and Paper. Welding... [See More]

  • Joining Process / Product Form: Flux coated stick or electrode for welding or brazing.
  • Yield Strength (YS): 79045
  • Tensile Strength (UTS): 105877
  • Elongation: 39
Aluminum Flux Coated Shim -- CXZNAL 7822
from Lucas Milhaupt Global Brazing Solutions

A flux coated filler metal shim used for joining aluminum and aluminum alloys. Shims are coated with a non-corrosive flux. CXZNAL 7822 is a zinc/aluminum/silicon composition that melts over a temperature range of 426°C to 482°C (800°F to 900°F). Nominal composition: 78%Zn/22%Al [See More]

  • Joining Process / Product Form: 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.
  • Melting Range: 800 to 900
  • Applications / Materials Joined: Aluminum
  • Braze Alloy: Aluminum Alloy Braze; Zinc
#716 Aluminum
from Bellman-Melcor LLC

Used when fit-up is less than desirable [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: 970 to 1085
  • Applications / Materials Joined: Aluminum to Aluminum
  • Braze Alloy: Aluminum Alloy Braze; Cadmium Free
6010 PM -- S116532-Z35
from Hobart Brothers, an ITW Company

Brand. McKAY ®. Category. Mild Steel Electrodes. Description. Superior arc drive (penetration), light slag, excellent wash are characteristics of this cellulosic electrode. Produces X-ray quality welds and is particularly outstanding when welding in the vertical-down position. Applications. [See More]

  • Joining Process / Product Form: Flux coated stick or electrode for welding or brazing.
  • Welding Filler Types: Carbon Steel
  • Diameter / Thickness: 0.0938
SILVACOTE™
from Wolverine Joining Technologies

Wolverine Joining Technologies and Omni Technologies have created the industry's first continuous length, flux-coated brazing product. The SILVACOTE technology [patent pending] under development and testing for the past 2 years, coats flux onto solid brazing alloy in a continuous length process. It... [See More]

  • Joining Process / Product Form: Flux coated stick or electrode for welding or brazing.; Solid wire or rod (optional feature); Rings
  • Braze Alloy: Silver Alloy Braze
SILVALOY 45 FC
from Wolverine Tube, Inc.

SILVALOY 45 FC is the lowest melting brazing alloy available composed of silver, copper, zinc and cadmium. It is suitable for use on most metals except aluminum and magnesium. It is used for joining steel, stainless steel, copper, copper alloys, nickel, nickel alloys or combinations of these metals. [See More]

  • Joining Process / Product Form: Flux coated stick or electrode for welding or brazing.
  • Melting Range: 1145 to 1400
  • Applications / Materials Joined: Steel, Stainless steel, copper, nickel
  • Conductivity: 1.60E11