ISA-BRAZE® – THE HIGH TEMPERATURE SOLDER FOR ALL COMMON MATERIALS
During soldering a metallic workpiece is combined with a melted
metal (solder). There is a difference between soft soldering and
brazing. During soft soldering, the liquidus temperature is below
+450 °C; during brazing, it is above. If the temperature rises to
more than +900 °C, it is called high-temperature soldering, the
flux-free soldering under the exclusion of air.
ISA-BRAZE® is a brazing alloy which is ideally suitable for the use
as a high temperature solder. With this alloy, all common materials,
particularly hard metals, can be soldered.
- No additional fluxes necessary
- Superb surface quality
- No adjustment work necessary