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amorphous brazing foil

If you use an amorphous brazing foil, you may be able to join things more precisely. Filler metal alloys, which are eutectic mixtures, are used to make these brazing foil. When mixed with metalloids, they can also be used to make a brazing alloy.

Suitable alloys for brazing

When brazing or amorphous brazing foil, different alloys are used as filler metals. They are chosen based on how they behave when they melt at certain temperatures. They also depend on how they are joined. For example, austenitic stainless steels are joined together with solders that have a silver base. They don't rust and can handle getting wet well. They are also very strong. Most of the time, silver, nickel, and copper are used to make them.

The traditional cadmium alloy is being replaced by high-impact alloys. They are used to join metals to carbide, ceramics, and other metals. They don't wear down easily and can be used in places where a high level of toughness is needed. They let a lot of water through and can absorb shock.

Filler metals are chosen based on how well they stick together, how strong they are, and how well they work. They are also picked because they can melt at lower temperatures. They are also chosen based on how well they can keep their word in service.

Active filler alloys are needed for ceramics that are used as cutting tools. Titanium, zirconium, and hafnium are all common filler materials. Also, they should be able to handle brazing's high temperatures and stresses.

Nickel-based brazing alloys are used for brazing at high temperatures. These alloys are great for joining CMC and superalloys together. Their low melting points cut down on the time it takes for the metals to stick together. They also do a good job of transferring heat.

Why choose TIJO Metal Materials amorphous brazing foil?

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