Lucas Milhaupt Global Brazing Solutions Datasheets for Filler Alloys and Consumables

Filler metal alloys and consumables used in welding, brazing or soldering include items in rod sheet, wire spool, coated stick, weld stud, powder, preform or paste forms.
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Product Name Notes
Aluminum Brazing Paste Non-corrosive aluminum brazing paste is a versatile paste for furnace, torch, and induction brazing. We offer many aluminum brazing alloys and pastes to meet your particular application.
A flux coated filler metal shim used for joining aluminum and aluminum alloys. Shims are coated with a non-corrosive flux. CXZNAL 7822 is a zinc/aluminum/silicon composition that melts over a...
A flux coated filler metal shim used for joining aluminum and aluminum alloys. Shims are coated with a non-corrosive flux. LTB718CSP is an eutectic aluminum/silicon composition that melts over a...
A Flux for Every Brazing Need. Flux is critical to the brazing and soldering process because it minimizes the oxidation that may form on both the brazing filler metal and...
Aluminum brazing and soldering filler metals are used to join materials within the aluminum family of alloys. These materials are available in wire, strip, powder, paste (both corrosive and non-corrosive...
Easy-Flo alloys are free-flowing filler metals that have been the standard in the industry for over 60 years. They are versatile, high-strength alloys that have the lowest melting point of...
Flux for general purpose and Carbide Brazing applications. Ideal for salt bath brazing. Dry flux is boron modified for extra protection. Dry version of Handy B1 Flux.
For applications where a dry low volatile flux is desired. The 6040 flux is active in fluxing refractory oxides.
For low temperature brazing, Sure Flo Flux is a creamy and smooth composition that provides excellent adhesion to parts. Its consistent blend will not spatter or run during a rapid...
Fos Flo alloys are Copper based filler metals that are self-fluxing on copper by virtue of their phosphorous content. Because of their self-fluxing nature, you save time and money by...
General purpose flux formulated for "Hot Rodding" or mixing with water for use as a paste flux. This flux was developed to stick to a heated wire or rod that...
Handy Flo 100 is used for low temperature, general purpose brazing alloys. This series contains general purpose flux binder systems. Suitable for use with a variety of heat sources including...
Handy Flo 200 is used for higher temperature brazing applications and filler metals. The 200 Series is for higher temperature applications. Designed for use with torch, induction, resistance and with...
Handy Flo 300 is specifically for furnace brazing applications. This series is flux free and intended for furnace brazing (including vacuum) applications. They will burn off cleanly and leave little...
Handy Flo 400 is used for high temperature furnace binder systems for Ni, Cu, bronze brazing alloys, brazing in exothermic, endothermic, dissociated ammonia and vacuum. Ideally suited for filler metals.
Handy Flo 500 is an exclusive system used by manufacturing jewelers and silversmiths for joining gold alloys. This series was developed for manufacturing jewelers and silversmiths to braze Karat gold...
Handy Flo 700 is a system recommended exclusively for torch brazing aluminum. Flux binder series for the torch and induction brazing of aluminum. Typically formulated with 40% to 45% filler...
Handy Flo 800 is a flux/binder system for solder alloys. These low temperature flux-binder systems are intended for soldering applications. Suitable heating methods include torch, induction, resistance, infrared, hot plate...
Handy One is a flux-cored brazing material that offers numerous advantages compared to traditional metal-joining methods. It consists of a filler metal in strip form that is rolled around a...
In addition to bare and cored high silver brazing alloys, we also offer rods that are coated with our general purpose Handy Flux. For additional product options, consider our Handy...
Lucas-Milhaupt is a certified supplier to manufacturers using the CuproBraze process. By blending the patented CuproBraze brazing alloy (Cu, P, Sn, Ni) with our proprietary binder systems (and in some...
Lucas-Milhaupt offers several products for brazing carbide and diamond cutting tools. These materials typically include nickel or manganese (or both) to facilitate wetting of the carbide and increase bond strength.
Nickel based materials are used for the joining of stainless steel and Ni based heat resistant alloys. Nickel based alloys are suited for brazing and heat treating combination operations.
Sil-Fos alloys are Copper based filler metals that are self-fluxing on copper by virtue of their phosphorous content. Because of their self-fluxing nature, you save time and money by eliminating...
Soft solders are filler metals that melt and flow below 800° F. They are typically available in solid wire or cored with a rosin or acid flux. Soldering alloys are...
Stop-Off is a brazing aid commonly used in silver and aluminum brazing. It is used to prevent the flow of flux and metal to unwanted areas during brazing and provides...
These alloys are CU based filler metals with additions of nickel and/or manganese, and are ideally suited for the brazing of carbides, cast irons, steel and other ferrous alloys. This...
These alloys are low-temperature, free-flowing filler metals for joining similar and dissimilar metals (i.e. copper to steel). They produce very strong, ductile joints and are safe because they are cadmium-free.
These alloys are vacuum grade filler metals that have their compositions specifically controlled to fabricate joints exposed to high vacuum on electron devices. These alloys must be brazed in high...
These metals have excellent corrosion resistance and high electrical and thermal copper conductivity. Lucas-Milhaupt stocks many copper filler metals including oxygen-bearing, oxygen-free and specialty alloys in wire, strip, paste and...
These products offer several performance advantages and are more environmentally friendly than traditional fluxes. Additional advantages include a reduction in material cost because less flux is required to complete the...