Compounds with a high proportion of phosphorus will result in a more active and fluid alloy that can flow over a larger area. The alloy usually has a small melting range and is most suitable for filler joints. A higher proportion of silver alloy will result in a fluid that is more easily controlled by the operator. A silver alloy having less phosphorus may have a melting range suitable for filling a gap. Generally, alloys of higher silver content can withstand hotter or longer heating cycles. In addition, the resulting joint has better ductility.
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These products are widely used in the motor manufacturing and instrumentation industries. They are suitable for brazing copper and copper alloys, silver, molybdenum and other metals. They are mostly used for brazing workpieces with low impact and vibration loads, and are most widely used in motor manufacturing.