Such brazing alloys are commonly used in silver-white applications where the combination of color and high silver corrosion resistance and low zinc content is advantageous. Due to its zinc content, it can be used to add iron and nickel based alloys. When brazing in a furnace, low zinc content minimizes zinc fumes, especially in controlled environments without flux. The low zinc content also causes little change in the brightness of the enamel after brazing.
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1. Clear the joints by dispersing.
2. Precision electronic components for thin films and thin wires.
3. Suitable for electrical connections and heat exchangers because of its complete thermal and electrical conductivity.
4. Can be sealed to make a pressure vessel or vacuum seal.
5. Facilitate multi-joint single throughput processing.
6. Step soldering for complex casting.
7. Small changes in size or transition compared to soldering.
8. Very clear finishing for a second treatment.
9. Can be connected to different materials, as well as ceramic non-metallic parts.
10. It can be melted according to the reheating of the brazed part.