#50

Primarily used for the joining of tungsten carbide to steel, this alloy also offers good wetting characteristics on stainless steel, tool steels and nickel alloys. the 3% nickel content provides good corrosion resistance.

#50 is one of the lower melting brazing alloys composed of silver, copper, zinc and cadmium. It is suitable for use on most metals except aluminum and magnesium. It is used for joining steel, stainless steel, copper, copper alloys, nickel, nickel alloys or combinations of these metals. It has wide acceptance by industrial users, as well as being included in Federal and military specifications on brazing alloys. It has a narrow melting range which is not apparent in most brazing operations, making it flow freely through a capillary.

Specifications

Melting Pt. 1160 ºF
627 ºC
Flow Pt. 1175 ºF
635 ºC
MBT1 1400
AWS A5.8 BAg-1a
ASME BAg-1a
AMS 4770
QQ-B-654 Grade IV
MIL-B-15345 Grade IV
Preform Options Brazing Discs 
Brazing Rings 
Brazing Washers 
Cut-Offs
Resale Options Brazing Rod 
Brazing Strip 
Brazing Wire
Approx. Wire Length (BCuP/lb.) (BAg/Tr.oz) 260 in; 0.031 diameter 
28 in; 0.093 diameter 
65 in; 0.062 diameter

Physical Constants

Solidus 1160 ºF
627 ºC
Liquidus 1175 ºF
635 ºC
Brazing Range 1200 to 1400 ºF
648 to 760 ºC
Specific Gravity 9.45
Density 4.98 T.oz./cu.in.
Electrical Conductivity 23.9 % IACS
Electrical Resistivity 7.00 Micro ohm-cm
Color Light Yellow

Applications

Typical applications are the brazing of ferrous, nonferrous and dissimilar metals and alloys close joint clearances.

Similar to Sil. 45 properties with narrower melt range. Used on some base metals.

Safety Information

#50 contains cadmium and therefore upon heating may produce toxic fumes. It is essential that adequate ventilation be provided so that personnel will not inhale gases and fumes while brazing. The operation and maintenance of brazing equipment of facility should conform to the provisions of American National Standard (ANSI) Z49.1, "Safety in Welding and Cutting." For more complete information, refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet for #50.

Alloys

Standard forms of #50 are brazing wire, brazing strip and brazing preforms.

Downloads

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Compare With

  • AMS: 4770
  • AWS: BAg-1a
  • EN: AG 301
  • Lucas: Eays-Flo
  • PI: Silver Alloy 50
  • UNS: P07500

Specifications

  • Brazing Temperature Range High: 1275 F / 691 C
  • Brazing Temperature Range Low: 1225 F / 663 C
  • Liquidus: 1175 F / 635 C
  • Solidus: 1160 F / 627 C

Composition

 

  • Ag: 50%
  • Cd: 18%
  • Zn: 16.5%
  • Cu: 15.5%

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