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Nickel brazing alloys

Filler metals for joining heat and corrosion resistant alloys such as nickel-, stainless- and cobolt alloyed steels. These materials are used in vacuum and furnace brazing with protective gas. The alloys exists as metal paste, foil and preforms. Ask us for more information.

Meltolit 300 (Bni-1, BNi-1A)

Recommended for parts exposed to light stress at elevated temperatures. Corrosion resistant and with good fluidity. Melting intervall: 977-1038°C.

Meltolit 301 (BNi-2)

Most common nickel alloy with low melting temperature that is used in large extent for airplane parts, aerospace applications, medical equipment, automotive industry and food industry. Good fluidity, low penetration of base material and generous joints characterise this alloy. Melting range: 971-999°C

Meltolit 302 (BNi-3)

Free flowing alloy that is less sensitive against athmospheric dryness than the other alloys. Better for long and tight joints. Melting range: 980-1038°C

Meltolit 303 (BNi-4)

For brazing stainless, nickel and cobolt alloys with thin sections, jet engine parts and chemical equipment. Thicker alloy than the rest for larger gaps. Melting range: 982-1066°C

Meltolit 304 (BNi-5)

For applications with high operating temperatures exposed to corrosive attacks like EGR coolers for trucks, jet engine parts etc. The alloy is similar to Meltolit 300 but Bor-free so its also used in some nuclear applications.

Meltolit 305 (BNi-6)

For stainless, nickel and cobolt alloyed steels with thin sections, parts on jet engines and chemical equipment. For applications that require good temperature properties and corrosion resistance with lower operating temperatures. Temperature intervall: 877°C

Meltolit 306 (BNi-7)

Often used in honeycomb structures, thin pipings and nuclear applications where bor is prohibited. The addition of chrome gives better heat and corrosion resistance than Meltolit 305.