** A small percentage of higher melting point material remains at this temperature.
Copper-flo alloys should not be used for joints that will be subsequently exposed to heavy sulphurised gases at elevated temperatures.
This alloy is free flowing and economical to use. It is similar in properties and methods of use to the standard phosphorus copper alloy used for joining copper to copper.
This alloy’s outstanding feature is its ability to braze copper in air without the use of flux and its superior flow and better penetration of capillary joints.
This alloy is slightly less free flowing than Copper-flo 1 and is therefore used in applications where an extremely wide plastic range is desirable.