This is a standard copper brazing alloy used extensively for brazing steel, stainless, and nickel alloys in a controlled atmosphere furnace. Offers exceptional strength and flow characteristics.
#110 is a free-flowing, high strength brazing alloy for the brazing of steel, stainless and nickel alloys. Brazing is performed in a controlled atmosphere environment without the use of flux. By controlling the moisture content (dew point) of the atmosphere, assembled parts exit the furnace clean and ready for shipment.
#110 is available in a variety of preform options and is well suited for tight fitted as well as press fit joints. From an economy standpoint, #110 is the least expensive brazing alloy available. With properly designed joints, it is also one of the strongest.
|Material||Electrolytic Touch Pitch|
|Melting Pt.||1981 ºF
|Flow Pt.||1981 ºF
|Preform Options||Brazing Discs
|Resale Options||Brazing Paste
Spooled Brazing Material
|Approx. Wire Length (BCuP/lb.) (BAg/Tr.oz)||1025 in @ 0.062 diameter
4100 in @ 0.031 diameter
456 in @ 0.093 diameter
|Brazing Range||1981-2100 ºF|
|Specific Gravity||8.89 to 8.94|
|Electrical Conductivity||1.01 % IACS|
|Electrical Resistivity||1.71 Micro ohm-cm|
The standard brazing alloy used for furnace applications brazing steel to steel.
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- AWS: BCu-1b
- EN: CU 101
- Lucas: CDA 110
- PI: CDA 110
- UNS: C11000
- Brazing Temperature Range High: 2081 F / 1138 C
- Brazing Temperature Range Low: 1981 F / 1083 C
- Liquidus: 1981 F / 1083 C
- Solidus: 1981 F / 1083 C
- Cu: 99.9%
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