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STRATA 67 For Low Temperature Aluminium

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Convenient easy to use all in one aluminium brazing alloy
Strata 67 is ideal for joining aluminium extrusions used in the manufacture and repair of aluminium doors and windows. Also for repairing leaders, gutters, siding, aluminium boats and instrument boxes. Most kirksite and zinc base die castings can be repaired with this alloy. It can also be used as a wearfacing alloy on aluminium.
 

Key Features:

  • Maximum strength, self-fluxing solder for joining, build-up and hardfacing aluminium
  • High zinc content gives good colour match to aluminium
  • No flux required - post clean-up is eliminated
  • Low working temperature prevents warpages, distortion and discolouration
 

TYPICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

Tensile Strength : 24,000psi
Hardness: 100 Brinell
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.
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