Pure Silver /BVAg-0 Technical Data
BVAg-0 has a higher level of Ag than commercially pure fine silver, which by definition contains a minimum of 99.9% versus at least 99.95% Ag in BVAg-0. It is widely used in the electrical and electronics industries as contacts and conductors and in the chemical industry as linings for reactors and process/storage vessels, particularly caustic evaporators and crystallizers.
BVAg-0 is not an alloy – so it has a specific melt temperature, allowing it to easily fill tight joint clearances. It wets to most ferrous and nonferrous metals. It can have a tendency to flash across the base parts if left at braze temperature for too long.
Properties of Brazed Joints
BVAg-0 provides strong, ductile joints.
Wire, strip, engineered preforms, specialty preforms per customer specification, powder and paste.
- AWS: BVAg-0
- PI: Pure Silver
- Liquidus: 1761 F / 961 C
- Solidus: 1761 F / 961 C
- Ag: 99.95%
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