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STRATA 22 Silver Alloy Electrode

High strength Cad Free all-purpose Silver Brazing Alloy
A general purpose silver brazing alloy designed for those difficult maintenance applications.

Strata 22 is a universal brazing alloy that bonds well to many metals including steel, copper and brass.  The special elements employed in the alloy give it excellent capillary action, high electrical conductivity and corrosion resistance.  Strata 22 has a narrow plastic range which will allow it to fill gaps and repair long lap joints.  Because of this low melting point and excellent flow characteristics it is ideal for those applications where high temperatures may be detrimental to the work piece.

Mechanical Properties: 
Bonding temperature : 593°C - 621°C (1,150°F – 1,200°F)
Tensile strength: 358 MPa (52,000 p.s.i.)
Electrical conductivity: Good
Corrosion resistance: Good

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STRATA International has been supplying welding electrodes to engineers throughout New Zealand for over 25 years and is pleased to support Proline Welding Supplies as the distributor for the South Pacific Region.
Trusted by many to weld in the most challenging applications, STRATA has proved itself to be 'better then the rest' when it comes to specialised welding products, a reputation not easily obtained, but strongly upheld.  Click here to read more.