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All-State® No. 11 and 11FC High Strength Brazing Alloy for Joining Steel and Other Metals (Except White Metals) Torch Application General Characteristics A high strength alloy for maintenance and production joining of ferrous and nonferrous metals (excluding the white metals). All-State® No. 11 and No. 11FC will give much higher strengths than ordinary bronze rods and will lower job costs since less filler metal is needed. Higher cost silver brazing alloys and many fusion-type welding rods can be replaced with All-State® Nos. 11 and 11FC. Typical Applications Joining carbon and alloy steels, as well as many nonferrous materials. Widely used on production of bicycles, furniture, ornamental railings, radiators and other large volume items in conjunction with the All-State Jet Flux® dispensing units where speed and highest quality are required. Qualities Tensile strength—up to 85,000 psi (59.77 kgs/mm2) Hardness—90 to 110 BrineIl (500 kg. load) Working temperature—1200°F-1750°F (649°-954°C) Remelt temperature—1750°F (954°C) minimum