111412/EN/Products/CDA-521.htmCDA 521 is a copper-tin braze alloy used on steel where brazing temperatures lower than pure copper are needed. It is best suited for the economical brazing of components that will be used in the HVAC or automotive industries or where other steel and copper connections are needed for furnace brazing applications. Due to its higher temperature, CDA 521 is prone to longer cycle times compared to standard silver braze alloys.</li> <li> Economical </li> <li> Can bridge gaps188010271620882<p>Compressors, filter dryers</p> CopperCuTinSnPhosphorousPCDA 52192.007.700.30CDA 5211909/EN/Industry/Automotive.htmLucas Milhaupt helps automotive manufacturers prepare for the next wave of automotive technology with innovative brazing alloys and process improvements./Lucas/Industry-Buckets/Automotive.jpgApplicationAWSBaseMaterialBrazingIndustryAutomotiveIndustryPageInternationalStandardsOEMFormProductFamilyAWSBaseMaterialFerrousBrazingSteel to Copper, Brass, or SteelIndustryAutomotiveIndustryPageInternationalStandardsOEMFormProductFamilyCustom SolutionsFiller MetalsPastes02021-01-13T10:05:35.73700
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CDA 521

Product Overview

CDA 521 is a copper-tin braze alloy used on steel where brazing temperatures lower than pure copper are needed. It is best suited for the economical brazing of components that will be used in the HVAC or automotive industries or where other steel and copper connections are needed for furnace brazing applications. Due to its higher temperature, CDA 521 is prone to longer cycle times compared to standard silver braze alloys.
  • Economical
  • Can bridge gaps
  • Industry Applications:

    Compressors, filter dryers

    Product Specifications

    Name:CDA 521
    Nominal Composition:Copper 92.00, Tin 7.70, Phosphorous 0.30,
    Cu
    92.00
    Sn
    7.70
    P
    0.30
    Liquidus:1880 °F, 1027 °C
    Solidus:1620 °F, 882 °C

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