When soldering, a metallic workpiece is combined using a melted added metal (solder). A distinction is made between soft and hard solders here. With soft solders, the
liquidus temperature is below +450°C, while with hard solders the liquidus temperature is above +450°C. If the temperature rises above +900°C, this is referred to as high-temperature soldering, i.e. flux-free soldering with air exclusion.
ISA-BRAZE® is a hard solder that is very suitable for use as a high-temperature solder. All common materials can be soldered, in particular hard metals.
- No additional flux necessary
- Excellent surface quality
- No straightening work