95/5 Zinc Aluminum M Solder alloy composed of 95% Zinc 5% Aluminum that exhibits remarkable coating corrosion resistance and adhesion. Resistance to corrosion of joints soldered with 95ZN-5AL is superior to that obtainable with other solders; it is comparable to that obtain with pure Zinc.

Forms:
  • 1/4# Capping Bar
  • 4-20 Ingot
  • Approx. 1 Lb. Regular Bars
Belmont Product Code 8951
Nominal Composition:
  • 95% Zn
  • 5% Al

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    Forms:
    • 4-20 Ingot
    Belmont Product Code 8952
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    98/2 ZINC ALUMINUM SOLDER
    98/2 ZINC ALUMINUM SOLDER

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    Forms:
    • 4-20 Ingot
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    Nominal Composition:
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    Forms:
    • 4-20 Ingot
    Belmont Product Code 8934A
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    • 4.1% Al
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