Non-Precious Brazing Filler Metals

We offer an array of non-precious metals for a variety of brazing applications.

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Non-precious brazing filler metals (foil shapes)


Many of these alloys can be brazed under vacuum, in an inert atmosphere or in air with a flux. Typical applications include tooling for mining and heavy industry equipment. Alloy forms available include foil, wire and powder.

For more information on what non-precious brazing filler metal would be right for your application, contact us today.

Non-Precious Brazing Filler Metals Properties

Name Nominal
Composition
Percent
Liquidus Solidus Form Availability
°C °F °C °F
Titanium Ti-99.5 ?1670 3038 ?1670 ?3038 ?Foil, Preform
Copper (OFHC) up to 99.999 Cu ?1083 ?1981 ?1083 ?1981 ?Wire, Foil, Preform
Gemco? Cu – 87.75
Ge – 12.00
Ni – 0.25
?975 ?1787 ?820 ?1506 ?Powder
Cutin? Cu – 85.00
Sn – 15.00
?960 ?1760 ?798 ?1486 ?Powder, Foil
Nicuman? 23 Cu – 67.5
Mn – 23.50
Ni – 9.00
?955 ?1751 ?925 ?1697 ?Foil, Preform
Nicuman? 37 (AMS-4764) Cu – 52.50
Mn – 38.00
Ni – 9.50
?925 ?1697 ?880 ?1616 ?Foil, Preform
Special Alloys: we will be pleased to quote your special requests.
Zn – Less than .001%
Cd– Less than .001%
Pb – Less than .002%
P - Less than .002%
C - Less than .005%
Impurity limits – All other metallic impurities having a vapor pressure higher than 10-7 mm Hg at 500°C are limited to .002% each. Impurities having a vapor pressure lower than 10-7 mm Hg at 500°C are limited to a total of .050%. (Applicable to all forms except powder and extrudable paste).

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