Tight-Joint Silver - For ferrous and nonferrous
metals and alloys.
Meets Fed. Spec. QQB-654A and AWS specifications.
Brazing is a metal-joining process, using a filler metal in place of standard
Brazing makes bonds that are stronger than a solder on materials that welding
would melt. These brazing alloys join most metals and alloys except aluminum and
magnesium. Perfect for fastening tips to tools.
Note: Ag = Silver, Cu = Copper, Zn = Zinc,
Sn = Tin, Ni = Nickel, and P = Phosphorus.
Melting Temperature: 1185° - 1260° F
Length: 9.6 Ft
Weight: 1 Troy-oz.
Prices may fluctuate with the cost of silver.
Alloys without Cadmium - All are ROHS compliant.