This proprietary zinc alloy is a general purpose aluminum brazing alloy, and is a secondary choice to ZA-1 when brazing Al-Cu (tight difference between melt-flow points, very low melt-flow temperatures). It offers very low alloy shrinkage and as such, low porosity.
Also a low temperature brazing alloy, this material has no aluminum. An addition of copper to the zinc makes this alloy a very effective solution for hand brazing as well as where fit-up is less than ideal. It is also very effective for the repair of higher temperature alloys.
|Benefits||Easy to Use
Flux and Alloy in One Rod
Low Temp Alloy - 900º F
No Damage to Base Metals
Charge Air Coolers
|Spooled Wire||Twenty lbs per twelve inch spool|
|Standard Rod Length||20 in|
|Flux Content||14 percent|
Copper to Aluminum
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Bellman-Melcor distinguishes itself as a provider of premium quality brazing alloys at industry competitive prices. Our extensive inventory of brazing and soldering alloys ensures that in most cases your order can be available for immediate delivery.
- Brazing Temperature Range High: 865 F / 463 C
- Brazing Temperature Range Low: 824 F / 440 C
- Liquidus: 824 F / 440 C
- Solidus: 788 F / 420 C
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