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BRAZING ALLOYS

The Advanced Materials company carry a comprehensive inventory of brazing and soldering alloys. We are able to serve demanding applications to your satisfaction.

Copper, nickel, silver aluminum and gold are the commonly used brazing alloys in metal joining industries. AM offers the following brazing alloys in a variety of forms including wire, rod, strip/foil, powder and paste to ensure that customers are using the best product for their metal joining processes. Below a non exhaustive list:

GOLD BRAZING ALLOYS

- Excellent corrosion resistance
- Excellent wettability
- Great for strength
- Suitable for applications with high service temperature requirements


SILVER BRAZING ALLOYS

- Cadmium Free Silver Brazing Alloys: Used for brazing steel, brass, bronze, nickel and copper alloys as well as ferrous and non-ferrous metals (except for aluminum and manganese)
- Cadmium-Bearing Silver Brazing Alloys: Used on nearly all nickel, iron/steel and copper based alloys. High Strength. Lowest melting point of all silver-based brazing alloys
- Silver Phosphorus Brazing Alloys: Self fluxing. Promote electrical conductivity. Ductile.  Primarily intended for copper-copper and copper-brass joints using brazing flux


VACUUM GRADE BRAZING ALLOYS

- Vacuum grade brazing alloys are free of high-vapor-pressure elements and are manufactured to maintain impurities at low levels. Vacuum grade brazing alloys are used to fabricate vacuum tubes for electronic devices for which service life and operating characteristics are of prime importance.


COPPER BRAZING ALLOYS

- Generally used for brazing of carbon and alloy steels, stainless steel, nickel and copper-nickel
- Excellent corrosion resistance
- High electrical and thermal conductivity


NICKEL BRAZING ALLOYS

- Used for when applications require corrosion resistance
- Used in high-temperature service applications


ALUMINUM BRAZING ALLOYS

- Used for most aluminum brazing applications
- Widely used for brazing in the automotive and refrigeration industirues