Nickel Brazing Alloy Ni-60

INTRODUCTION


Aufhauser Ni-60 is a high-chromium, boron-free oxidation-resistant nickel brazing filler alloy with enhanced flow characteristics. Used for brazing stainless steel, carbon steel, nickel and nickel alloys, cobalt and cobalt alloys, copper in vacuum furnace.

Industries - Automotive, Heavy Equipment, Food and Beverage, Marine, Aerospace and Military.

 

Chemical Composition
Ni Cr Si P Al Co S Se Ti Zr Other (total)
Remainder 27.5 - 31.5 3.8 - 4.2 5.6 - 6.4 0.05* 0.1* 0.02* 0.005* 0.05* 0.05* 0.5*

* maximum impurities

 

PHYSICAL and MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
Liquidus 1885°F (1030°C)
Solidus 1742°F (950°C)
Recommended Brazing Temperature 1922-2050°F (1050-1121°C)
Density, Theoretical 7.72 g/cm3
Density, Apparent -140 mesh powder 4.29 g/cm3
Density, Apparent -325 mesh powder 4.0 g/cm3
Density, Apparent -40 mesh paste 3.5 g/cm3
Color grey
Viscosity (-140 paste) at 20°C 800-900 Pa.s
 
Corrosion resistance

Aufhauser N-60 is resistant to sulfuric, nitric, and hydrochloric acids.

 

Paste components
Binder (water based): 10 - 15%
Metal pwoder: balance

 

STANDARD SIZES AND FORMS
Powder, paste

 

 

Paste Storage Conditions

Under exclusion of moisture and chemicals in tightly closed containers at ambient temperature. Shelf life of paste is 6 months. It is advised to stir well before use.