Sifcupron No17 is a free-flowing copper phosphorus alloy rod, containing a nominal 7% phosphorus. It’s good electrical conductivity and corrosion resistance make it ideal for copper tubing, switchgear, motors etc. When brazing copper it has a self-fluxing capability.
Suitable for use in heating and ventilation industries, shipbuilding, and offshore processes and industries. It offers a low level of ductility, so is not suitable for applications where vibration or deformation are likely.
This high quality copper-phosphorous alloy rod has a low melting point and is ideal for brazing joints in non ferrous metals, such as copper, brass, and bronze. It is self fluxing on copper but Sifsilcopper flux is required when used to join brass, or brass to copper. Not suitable to braze iron-containing materials like carbon or stainless steels or nickel containing materials.
For use with:
- Gas brazing
- Oxy acetylene
- Oxy propane