Silicon Brass Brazing Rod

Silicon Brass Rod

Product Details:
  • Diameter: 2.0mm - 300mm
  • Brand: Sahara Enterprises
  • Rod Length: 3m or 3.75m

We are one of the reckoned firms, presenting a wide gamut of Silicon Brass Bar. Procured from some of the trusted vendors of the industry, these bars are made available to the clients in several dimensions, grades, finishes and other specifications. Our provided bars are quality verified prior to dispatch from our end.


  • Easy installation
  • Robust design
  • Corrosion resistance

Low Fuming Bronze Rod

Product Details:
  • Usage: Manufacturing, Construction

Low Fuming Bronze Rod (rbcuzn-c)

Alloy Low Fuming Bronze is a general-purpose oxyacetylene brazing rod used for steel, copper alloys, cast iron, nickel alloys and stainless steel. A balanced chemical analysis of copper and zinc as well as alloying elements of tin, iron, manganese and silicon produce weld deposits with excellent mechanical properties. High strength, ductile and sound weld deposits are easily attained simply by applying a neutral or slightly oxidizing flame. The high silicon content of Alloy Low Fuming Bronze keeps fumes to a minimum. Preheating is required for some applications and bronze brazing flux is required for the bare rods.

Low Fuming Bronze Rod

Product Details:
  • Usage: Manufacturing, Construction

Low Fuming Bronze ( Rbcuzn-d)

Alloy Nickel Silver filler metal contains 10% nickel and is used primarily for brazing or oxyacetylene welding of steel or cast iron. The weld deposits of Alloy Nickel Silver have very high tensile strength, good ductibility and excellent corrosion resistance. The weld deposits are machinable and work harden when put into service. For this reason Nickel Silver is commonly used for building-up or overlaying worn parts such as gear teeth, bearings and valve seats. It is also used in the matrix of tungsten carbide rods where it acts as a “binder’’ for the tungsten carbide particles. Excellent for tubular structures. A boric acid or borax flux is required. Preheating may be desired for some applications. A neutral or slightly oxidizing flame is recommended.
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