Silver (Solder) Brazing Alloy
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Copper Phosphorous Alloys
Brass Alloys
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Brass Alloys

These alloys can also be used to join many Ferrous Metals, Copper Alloys, Cast Iron, Steel and Tungsten Carbide. While they are more difficult to use because of their higher melting temperature and relatively poor capillary action many users find these alloys to be an economical alternative to the Copper Phosphorous and Silver-Bearing Alloys.

Increasingly, Brouwer Metaal Ireland Brass Alloys are being used, to great effect, with the Gas Flux System. See the navigation point to the left for more detail on this.


Alloy Cu 1 Zn 1 Ni      Other Metals Solidus/ Liquidus C
BroZin 378 61 37.8 Si 0.2 Ag 1 870/890
BroZin 394 60 39.4 Si 0.3 Mn 0.3 890/910
BroZin 386 60 38.6 Mn 0.8 Sn 0.3 820/850
BroZin S23 59 39.25 Si 0.15 Mn 0.8 Sn 0.8 880/900
BroZin S22 59 39.75 Si 0.25 Sn 1 800/840
BroZin S21 58.8 41 Si 0.25 860/900
BroZin 444 49 44.4 6 Si 0.3 Mn 0.3 860/910
BroZin 416 48 41.6 10 Si 0.2 Mn 0.2 890/920




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