Silver Braze 65
Silver Braze 65 Technical
Silver Braze 65 is commonly used in the silver-smithing trade and other applications where their silver-white color is advantageous in color matching, and the corrosion resistance of high-silver, low-zinc alloy is desired. Silver Braze 65 is used in combination to perform sequential or step brazing of adjacent joints, to avoid re-melting the previously made joints. Because of their zinc content, Silver Braze 65 can be used to join iron and nickel-base alloys.
Silver Braze 65 is an intermediate silver brazing filler metal with a slight tendency to liquate (separation into low and high melting constituents) if heated slowly through its melting ranges. Silver Braze 65 is used for brazing silver base alloys, the re-melt temperature is raised by solution of silver in the brazing alloy. Conversely, the re-melt temperature of this brazing alloy is lowered by solution of copper when brazing copper base alloys. Flux is used with this alloy.
Properties of Brazed Joints
The properties of a brazed joint are dependent upon numerous factors including base metal properties, joint design, metallurgical interaction between the base metal and the filler metal.
Silver Braze 65 conforms to American Welding Society (AWS) A5.8/A5.8M BAg-9
Wire, strip, engineered preforms, specialty preforms per customer specification, powder and paste.
- AWS: BAg-9
- Lucas: Silvaloy 650
- PI: Silver Braze 65
- UNS: P07650
- Brazing Temperature Range High: 1425 F / 774 C
- Brazing Temperature Range Low: 1375 F / 746 C
- Liquidus: 1325 F / 718 C
- Solidus: 1240 F / 671 C
- Ag: 65%
- Cu: 20%
- Zn: 15%
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