FLUX COATED BRAZING RODS
LH 210 SF
Flexible coated special brass brazing alloy with good strength
Melting range 890-900ºC
Joining and surfacing of steel, cast iron, copper, brass. Also for galvanized iron, joins dissimilar metals like steel to cast iron, steel to copper & copper alloys, cast iron to copper & copper alloys, etc. Excellent for sheet metal assembly and repair. Well suited for repair of car bodies and car silencer assembly where it can be used on overhead position without dismantling.
Silver brazing flux coated filler rod with high silver content and lowest bonding temperature
Brazing temperature: 618-760ºC
Electrical conductivity: 13.5 Sm/mm2
Capillary brazing on steels and stainless steels, malleable cast iron, copper & copper alloys, nickel, nickel alloys and hard metals. Also for joints between the metals named above. Apparatus construction, precision mechanics, shipbuilding, precision tools, joints on copper conductors, refrigeration plants, electrical industry, fittings manufacture, installation works, furniture, carbide tip brazing, drill bits brazing, etc.
Cadmium-free flux coated brazing filler rod with high silver content
Brazing temperature: 652-760ºC
Electrical conductivity: 14.3 Sm/mm2
Capillary brazing of steels, stainless steel, malleable cast iron, copper and copper alloys, nickel, hard metal, and also for joints of the above metal
amongst themselves. The absence of cadmium makes it especially suitable for joints which come in contact with food, e.g. in dairies, breweries etc. Brazed joint made with this filler metal on stainless steel give the best possible colour matching. Also used for applications like slip-ring motors, fine contacts, commutators, motor winding ends, etc. Suitable for brazed joints which will operate in seawater.
LH 700 F
Flexible coated wear resistant bronze alloy
Melting temperature: 850ºC
Hardness of pure deposit: 10-15 RC
LH 700F Flux coated brazing rods are used for surfacing of steel, grey cast iron, bronze. Especially suitable for wear resistant (metal-to-metal wear) surfacing. Gear teeth, bevel gear tracks, shafts, cams, slide bars, bearings, metal seals, valve seats, pistons, etc.