Advanced Materials & Alloys

Advanced Metals and Alloys

Team Tron Services specializes in supplying electronic and electrical industries with high-quality and customizable ferrous and non-ferrous materials.

Brazing Alloys

Brazing Alloys

Brazing Alloys

Brazing has been defined as a group of joining processes specially arranged in a manner to produce coalescence of materials. The process involves heating of these materials at a brazing temperature by using a filler metal which has a liquidus above 840°F (450°C), and below the solidus of the base metals. Also, the filler metal is distributed in the joint by capillary action.

The brazing process consists of the broad heating of the base metals to the point where the filler metal, applied to the joint area, will be melted and drawn by capillary action through the entire joint. After cooling, the brazed joint constitutes a strong metallurgical bond between the filler metal and the two base metals.

Two outstanding characteristics of a brazed joint are its high strength, and the low heat at which it is made. A properly made brazed joint will generally be stronger than the metals being joined. And the temperature at which the joint is made is much lower than the melting temperature of the metals being joined.

Metals & Alloys

Metals & Alloys

Metal Alloys

Hard, shiny, and tough—metals are the macho poster boys of the material world. Learning how to extract these substances from the Earth and turn them into all kinds of useful materials was one of the most important developments in human civilization.

What exactly is metal? Over three quarters of the chemical elements that occur naturally on our planet are metals, so it's almost easier to say what metal isn't.

When we talk about metals, we're usually referring to chemical elements that are solid (with relatively high melting points), hard, strong, durable, shiny, silvery gray in color, good conductors of electricity and heat, and easy to work into various different shapes and forms (such as thin sheets and wires). The word metal is quite a broad and vague term, and not something you can define precisely.

An alloy is a mixture of two elements, one of which is a metal. Alloys often have properties that are different to the metals they contain. This makes them more useful than the pure metals alone. For example, alloys are often harder than the metal they contain.

Alloys contain atoms of different sizes, which distorts the regular arrangements of atoms. This makes it more difficult for the layers to slide over each other, so alloys are harder than the pure metal.

Team Tron Services specializes in supplying High quality exotic metals and alloys at competitive prices.

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