HARRIS®17 is a copper-zinc-nickel GTAW (TIG) green flux-coated alloy developed for braze welding steel and cast iron. It can also be used for brazing tungsten carbide to steel where higher joining temperature is not objectionable. The nickel addition provides hardness and strength compared to the standard bronze alloys. This characteristic makes it ideal for overlays and build-up of gear teeth, shafts, bearings, valve seats, pistons and other surfaces subject to wear. Also, used for joining ferrous and non-ferrous metals. HARRIS® 170 flows easily and deposits can be machined. HARRIS® 170 can be deposited using oxy-fuel torches. Conforms to AWS A5.8.
- 17 copper-zinc-nickel GTAW (TIG) green flux-coated welding rod
- The addition of nickel provides hardness and strength
- Used for braze welding steel and cast iron
- Ideal for overlays and build-up on equipment and surfaces subject to wear
- Good flow and machinability
- Typical applications are overlays and build-up of gear teeth, shafts, bearings, valve seats and pistons
- Can be used for brazing tungsten carbide to steel
- Also used to join ferrous and non-ferrous metals
- Conforms to AWS A5.8.
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- HARRIS® 17FC flux-coated 1/8 X 18 X 5lb package
- 1 Year
|Chemical Composition||Copper 46-50%
Tin 3% max.
Phosphorus 0.25% max.
Other 0.50% max.
|Classification||AWS 5.8 RBCuZn-D|
|Melting Point||1750◦F (954◦C)|
|Tensile Strength (PSI)||85,000-95,000 psi|
|Working Temperature Range||1700◦F-1800◦F (927◦C-982◦C)|