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Super 5 CP 104 high melting point alloy with silver, perfect for capillary welding
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  • Super 5 CP 104 high melting point alloy with silver, perfect for capillary welding
  • Super 5 CP 104 high melting point alloy with silver, perfect for capillary welding

Brazing Rod Silver 5%/Copper 89%/Phosphorus 6% - 1Kg

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CP 104 Brazing alloy Copper 89% - Phosphorus 6% - Silver 5% High melting point alloy, with silver, perfect for capillary welding.

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Super 5 CP 104 high melting point alloy, excellent for high resistance and standard brazing on copper pipes, with silver, perfect for capillary welding. Copper 89% - Phosphorus 6% - Silver 5% 1 Kg in strips of 2 x 500 mm.

What we like about this Brazing Rod:

  • High melting point alloy, excellent for high resistance and standard brazing on copper pipes, with silver, perfect for capillary welding
  • Excellent for brazing copper pipes in sanitary and plumbing water systems and HVAC/R industry
  • Excellent for capillary brazing in copper pipes
  • Brazing rod size: 2x500 mm
  • Manufactured according to standards DIN EN 1044: 2001
  • Weight 1 Kg
  • Melting Point 645-815 °C
  • Mechanical Strength 550 N/mm²
  • According to DIN EN 1044:1999 CP 104

How to use the solder Super 5 CP 104:

  1. Ideal for welding Castolin
  2. Perform a flare in the copper pipe to be welded and clean it
  3. Insert the tube
  4. Heat the pipe with a MAP gas or oxy-acetylene torch up to the characteristic color "cherry red"
  5. Flow the filler metal alloy to the coupling until the space between the two tubes is filled
  6. Cool the tube
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Data sheet

Weight (tool)
1,00 Kg
Tool size
2 x 500 mm
Standard equipment
Package 1 Kg
Lenght
500 mm
Made of
Copper 89% / Phosphorus 6% / Silver 5%
Melting point
645 - 815 °C
Mechanical strength
550 N/mm²
Regulations
EN 1044 : 1999 CP 104

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