19_03 - BRAZING FILLER METALS (SOLDIERS) .5. E :g“ 5:. E...

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Unformatted text preview: BRAZING FILLER METALS (SOLDIERS) .5. E :g“ 5:. E 9‘18 E“ ° 535:. 33.0 g 3 “1°- 51 . 1g 40 3 .3 :5 Ag 111 As Au 0 Cr ALUMINUM-SILICON 05151-2 0101155 33- Bel. 05151-3 0101055 01213- 1351. .15 85155-4 0101050 (lugg- 1351. 35151-5 10101005 1111;001- Be]. mPPER-PHOSP onus near-1 5101050 «11503- acum 5101550 :53. BCuP—3 11001155 300. .15. 500 .25 near-4 1001335 500. .15. 550 .25 Hour-5 1001515 000.15. I 500 15.50 SILVER BAg-l 11251115 145- 1.40 .1. 400, 25 353-15 11001115 115- 0-51 11 111152 1125120512049: 15 - 11 51113.3 11101210 051 19 500 11 51113.1 121011551$ 0.41 0.15.5 10501510133. 5-55 mm 1210112513023- 051 313:: 11451205 23.3- 1 3111-8 1535 1455 3:05- 1-12 053-55 5101510 $133- 1.10 15115.13 0251515 .55 15113-111 1151125 :3- 0.01 3153-19 15551025151 02-05 500 PRECIOUS mus 131151 1515 1500 15 31.0+1 — 1550-2 15351035 $ 10.5+1 -—- 21100 1551005 3. 34.5+1 —» 21154 1401110 150- 01.5+1 B40 —_ COPPER AND COPPER-ZINC 3011-1 100 1 0.01 BC‘n-ln 10001000 new 10501000 000- 110002541 1520 1 0.01 11.0.0055- 1 11151120- 0.01 MAGNESIUM 1351301 52011101120- 0 5- 0. u 0.1 00005 135190 110 1050 1000- Bldg-2n 110 1050 1050- 1120- 0.111 15.0 0.0000 ' Totel other elements requirement pertain: only to the metallic elements for this filler mete]. ‘Theee themieel requirements pertain only to the copper oxjde and do not include requirements for the organic \feliicle in wlnch the copper {nude 10 suspended. _ 0 Total other elements requnement pertains only to metellic elements for tlne filler metal. The following limitations are placed on the nonmetellic elements: 2,5 55 . SE 3' 00 Cu Fe 1.1 51. 0.1 Ti 55 0.25 0.3 0.10 0.30 0.05.15 BAISi-Z 3.3- 0.8 $150.15 0.30 0.05 .15 35131-3 4.7 . 0.30 0.8- .100.“ 0.20 0.05.15 1351514 0.30 0.8 050.05 0.2d0.10 0.05.15 35131-5 ¢.T5- .15 BCuP-l 5.35 381. 7.00- I 15 BCuP-2 7.25 BBL 5.? .15 BCuP-3 0.25 Ba]. '1'. I 15 BCuP-‘l 1".50 BIL .75. .15 301135 5.25 14-10 0.15 BAg-l 14.5- .15 BAs-la 10.5 25- 0.15 13113-2 27 14.5- 2.5- .15 13115-3 10.5 3.5 20- 1.5- .15 3113-4 31 2.5 29- 0.15 Elks-5 31 33- 0.15 BALE-8 35 31- 4.5 0.15 Elks-7 23 5.5 BIL .15 13113-8 Ba]. 0.15 RAE-83 BaL ' 0.15 B11913 BIL . 0.5- 0.15 3112-18 10.5 Ba]. 0.1 0.15 13113-10 0.3 13a]. 0.15 BALI-1 En]. 0.15 BALI-2 En]. 0.15 BALI-3 0'51. 0.15 BAu-5 09. 0.01r 0.03 0.10 BCu-l min. 00.0 0.30' ECU-15 min. 80.5 .50‘1 13100-2. min. 57- ‘ " 0.05 ‘ 0. 0.50‘1 RBCuZn-A' 01 1.00 40- 9.0- 0.25 0.05 0. 0.50‘RBCuZn-D' 50 11.0 0.25 0.05 0. | ‘ Ba] 0.1 0. ‘ 0.05 0.30 BMg—l mm 0.30 31113-2 13111 0.5 01115-25 Constituent per cent (max) Chlorides . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0. 1! Sulfate: . . . . . . . . . . . . 0. 1 Oxygen . . . . . . . . . .. remainder Nitne acid insolubie 0.3 Acetone soluble matter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ D. 5 3 Total other elements. including the elements marked with an asterisk [0.0111111 not. exceed the value 0 ilied. A ‘T’hia AWS— M classification is intended to be identical with lthe same classifi- cation that appears in the S (AWE Designation A5.?: A3 M Designation B 259)! ilieetion for Copper and Copper-Alloy Welding Rode BRAZING FILLER METALS (SOLDERS) (Continued) ‘lllllllllnllllllflic Cd0'lllllllnllllllllnlllllllSn fi|!| 5235830 253m: .1». w w i H m NNNNNN BBBBBB lE mmmmmw. % u D D nu n. D 13131311wu 35‘5‘53‘91 00 m1 2333.5 9:3: .. 5383830 SEE—$34. NICKEL BNi-l ll- WWW5W5G2. nanmemomomLZ 2200 1790 1H1960- 1780831850- BNi~2 2150 181001850- BNi-3 2150 1800195185 BNH 2150 197'5 07 21I BNi-5 2200 1010 01 “DD- BNi—fl 1875 ri'lll 0.50 ENE-f BNi—i“ 1900 SOLDER ASTM DESIGNATION 13-32-601, REVISED 1966 5A 53 2A 33 3.55 951'); 96.51% m m 50.! 5013 45A 1513 40A {013 £00 35A 353 SEC 30A 3013 300 35A 35B: 356 203 200 1513 103 1. m m WA 703 mmmmmmwm maim”mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Emma m0. ll... 5 MN 2“ 2" 0’0. mmmwmw 50 mswmmmwflfimmm fififimmflmrr kjfln}juijflm&fiflm35nukj54fim1553fim&j+8fi $5b5$5$3a555u.$5m. 000 -000 mflufl r000 Inflfln. 100110 00120 0.0an. 2 Mammmwwfim x . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..&5A A bj}5 0011000100000.000-000 0 4500 WMMJR. 0900 A .... wwflmmwmm mafiflnmmfimfiflm mmmMmemmmmmmmemmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmwmmmmmemmmMmWmemmmmmmmmmMmMmem MmmMmMmmmmmmmmWmemmmmmMmmmMmmmmmmmmmmm“MmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Mma m m m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmme m Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmm lll|1ll|+9¥llll|llf|lllll1l| illu||1l|1|||ll|ll l||||ll|1|l||l| ' Permissible tin range, 4.5—5.5%. “ Permissible tin range. lip-2.5%. "'Tin maximum, 0.25%. “‘" Permissible tin range, 0.?5—1.25%. ...
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