Press Release Summary:
Goodfellow’s C-Solder Alloy is used for joining carbon materials such as carbon or carbon nanotube fibers in carbon-carbon arrangements and aluminum to aluminum. This lead-free unit offers density of 7.4 g/cm³ and is electrically and thermally conductive. This flux-free product is not flammable.
Original Press Release:
Innovative C-Solder Enables Joining of Carbon Materials
Goodfellow is pleased to announce the availability of C-Solder, the trade name for a group of new tin-based, flux-free soldering alloy that enables the joining of carbon materials. The resulting bond is both mechanically strong and electrically conductive.
With C-Solder you can join…
- Carbon materials including carbon fibers or carbon nanotube fibers in carbon-carbon arrangements
- Carbon to metals (e.g., copper aluminum, titanium, stainless steel), ceramics and glass materials
- Aluminum to aluminum without using flux
Key features of C-Solder
- Melting point: 232 ˚C (solidus temperature)
- Density: Approximately 7.4 g/cm³
- Excellent flow
- Good wetting of surfaces to be joined
- Electrically and thermally conductive
- Not affected by cleaning solvents
- Does not leave a residue
- Not flammable
- Flux-free and lead-free
For more information about this exciting new product, contact a Goodfellow technical expert at 1-800-821-2870, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or click here: http://www.goodfellowusa.com/news-article/c-solder/
For 50 years, Goodfellow has been a leading supplier of metals, polymers, ceramics and other materials to meet the needs of science and industry worldwide. The company specializes in supplying small quantities (a few grams to a few kilos) of metals and materials for research, prototype development and specialized manufacturing applications. Standard products can be found online at the comprehensive Goodfellow Catalog: http://www.goodfellowusa.com/catalog/GFCatalog.php?Language=A. Custom products and materials in larger quantities are available upon request at email@example.com.