Copper brazing alloy used mainly to join carbide to steel. Offers high strength and economy compared to silver brazing alloys.
#773 is a high temperature, high strength corrosion resistant copper brazing alloy that is primarily used for the joining of steel to steel or carbide to steel. Due to the high flow point, we recommend the use of Black Flux. Because of the zinc content, it is recommended that the heat cycle is kept to a minimum to prevent any vaporizing of the zinc. #773 is often commonly referred to as a Nickel Silver alloy
|Melting Pt.||1690 ºF 921 ºC|
|Flow Pt.||1715 ºF 935 ºC|
|Preform Options||Brazing Discs Brazing Rings Brazing Spheres Custom Design Cutoffs|
|Resale Options||Brazing Paste Brazing Rod Brazing wire Spooled Brazing Material|
|Approx. Wire Length (BCuP/lb.) (BAg/Tr.oz)||1097 in; 0.062 diameter 4475 in; 0.031 diameter 487 in; 0.093 diameter|
|Solidus||1690 ºF 921 ºC|
|Liquidus||1715 ºF 935 ºC|
|Recommended Braze Temperature||1740 ºF|
|Electrical Conductivity||5.5 % IACS|
|Electrical Resistivity||31.4 Micro ohm-cm|
A high temperature, high strength copper brazing alloy well suited for carbide to steel applications.
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- AWS: RBCuZn-D
- UNS: C77300
- Brazing Temperature Range High: 1815 F / 991 C
- Brazing Temperature Range Low: 1765 F / 963 C
- Liquidus: 1715 F / 935 C
- Solidus: 1690 F / 921 C
- Cu: 48%
- Zn: 41.885%
- Ni: 10%
- Si: 0.145%
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