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Brazing is the joining of metals through the use of heat and a filler metal - one whose melting temperature is above 840°F(450°C) but below the melting point of the metals being joined. Brazing is probably the most Versatile method of metal joining today, for a number of reasons. Brazed joints are strong. Brazing temperatures are lower than the melting points of the base metals. For the same reason, brazing is a superior choice in joining dissimilar metals.
The Copper Phosphorus is brazing filler metals based on the bi-element Cu-P composition. It is mainly used for the brazing of copper alloys. It has good conductibility and mechanical characteristics and also anti-corrosiveness.