Aluminium Welding Alloy 4145
Technical Data Sheet
|Chemical Composition Limits|
|Alloy 4145||Bal||9.3-10.7||3.3-4.7||0.80 max||0.20 max||0.15 max||0.15 max||0.15 max||0.05 max each||0.15 max each|
Alloy 4145 was originally developed as a brazing alloy due to its low melting temperature and high fluidity. Alloy 4145 provides very low susceptibility to weld cracking when used with 2xxx series alloys or Aluminium-Copper or Aluminium-Copper-Silicon castings. Alloy 4145 is often preferred over Alloy 2319 when MIG Welding as it "Wets" out better and has a brighter looking weld, however Alloy 4145 does have a lower weld tensile strength than Alloy 2319.
Joining grades 201, 206, 224, 314, 330, 354, 355 to 6005, 6061, 6063, 6101, 6151, 6201, 6351, 6009, 6010, 6070. C355 A356, 357, 413, to 201, 206, 224, 319, 330, 354, 355, C355. LM4, LM16, LM20, LM25, LM99 to 6000 series as above and cast alloy combinations as shown. 2014, 2024.
|Cross-Reference of Specifications||ALCUBRAZE
AMS 4184D Filler Metal, Aluminium Brazing
UNS A 94145
FED-QQ-B-655, Class FS-BAl Si-3
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Melting range 968° - 1085°F, Density 2.74gm/cc
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