Alloys based on Aluminium

We are proud to offer our high-quality aluminium filler metal for joining, perfect for brazing applications in a variety of industries. Our product is known for its strength, durability, and versatility. Brazing typically requires the use of a corrosive flux to ensure proper adhesion between the materials being joined. However, we understand that some customers may prefer a non-corrosive alternative. That's why we offer both options to meet your specific needs. Our aluminium filler metal is an excellent choice for industries such as automotive, construction, and aerospace. We are committed to providing our customers with top-of-the-line products and exceptional customer service. Our team of experts is always available to help you select the right product for your specific application and answer any questions you may have. We take pride in our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction. Our aluminium filler metal is manufactured to the highest standards, ensuring consistent performance and reliable results.

Aluminium filler metal can be used in a wide range of sectors and applications, including automotive, aerospace, construction, electronics, marine, and renewable energy. Its lightweight and corrosion-resistant properties make it a popular choice in many industries.

In addition to our standard product offerings, we also have the capability to produce tailor-made products to meet your specific requirements. Our team of experts can work with you to design and manufacture bespoke products that meet your unique specifications. We take great pride in providing our customers with high-quality products and services that meet their exact needs. If you require a tailor-made product, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our commercial team. They will be happy to discuss your requirements and provide you with a personalized quote. We look forward to the opportunity to work with you and provide you with the tailor-made products that you need.

Aluminium alloys are available in pastes and powder

LU 105

ISO 17672: Al 105

Melting range: 575 - 630°C

LU 107

ISO 17672: Al 107

Melting range: 575 - 615°C

LU 110

ISO 17672: Al 110

Melting range: 575 - 590°C

LU 112

ISO 17672: Al 112

Melting range: 575 - 585°C

LU 410

ISO 17672: Al 410

Melting range: 576 - 588°C

LU 415

ISO 17672: Al 415

Melting range: 576 - 609°C