Silver based alloys Cadmium bearing

The brazing alloys presented in this page are very versatile, high-strength, free-flowing and exhibit the lowest melting points of all silver based alloys.

They can be used to join a wide range of base materials.

Since Cadmium and its oxides are toxic, special safety precautions must be followed during brazing operations (e.g. mechanical ventilation and/or respiratory mask).

The use of these alloys in applications where food, beverages and/or human health in general is involved, is forbidden.

Cadmium bearing brazing alloys alloys have been banned in the European Union since December 2011 and their usage is no more allowed: please contact our technical and commercial staff to get and advice on selecting the most appropriate cadmium-free substitutes.

Code Composition % Melting Range
SOL – LIQ
Density Tensile Strength Corresponding Standards
Silver-Copper-Zinc-Cadmium: Ag Cu Zn Cd Si °C g/cm³ kg/mm² DIN 8513 EN 1044 AWS A5.8 ISO 17672 Download
Ag50Cd 50 15 16 19 620-640 9,5 43 L-Ag50Cd AG 301 BAg-1a Ag 350 Download .pdf: Ag50Cd
Ag45Cd 45 15 16 24 605-630 9,4 43 L-Ag45Cd AG 302 BAg-1 Ag 345 Download .pdf: Ag45Cd
Ag42Cd 42 17 16 25 605-620 9,4 42 AG 303 Download .pdf: Ag42Cd
Ag40Cd 40 19 21 20 595-630 9,3 42 L-Ag40Cd AG 304 Ag 340 Download .pdf: Ag40Cd
Ag38Cd 38 20 22 20 610-650 9,2 40
Ag34Cd 34 22 24 20 610-670 9,1 40 L-Ag34Cd ~ AG 305 ~ BAg-2 ~ Ag 335 Download .pdf: Ag34Cd
Ag30Cd 30 28 21 21 610-690 9,1 38 L-Ag30Cd AG 306 BAg-2a Ag 330 Download .pdf: Ag30Cd
Ag25Cd 25 30 27,5 17,5 605-710 8,8 40 AG 307 BAg-33 Ag 326 Download .pdf: Ag25Cd
Ag21Cd 21 35 27 17 0,5 620-730 8,7 42 AG 308
Ag20Cd 20 40 25 15 620-750 8,7 40 L-Ag20Cd AG 309 Download .pdf: Ag20Cd
Ag19Cd 19 39 28 14 630-730 8,8 40
Ag17Cd 17 41 26 16 620-760 8,7 42 Download .pdf: Ag17Cd
Ag13Cd 13 44 33 10 605-795 8,7 42 Download .pdf: Ag13Cd

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