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Metal Joining Fabricated Metal Prices:
29 August 2014 Ag:$22.97/tr.oz
Au:$1,517.185/tr.oz Pd:$1,065.540/tr.oz

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 Featured Products

Easy-flo™ Flux Powder
World renowned 'green label' flux excellent for hand torch brazing and a 'hot-rodding' technique. ...more
Orobraze™ 950
wire and powder in stock ...more
Argo-braze™ 49LM Tri-foil
the universal silver brazing tri-foil ...more

Welcome to Johnson Matthey Metal Joining

Johnson Matthey is a speciality chemicals company focused on its core skills in catalysts, precious metals and fine chemicals.

Metal Joining, part of the Precious Metal Products Division of Johnson Matthey, is a global supplier of brazing filler metals, solders and fluxes. Metal Joining also supply industrial silver and base metal products such as electrical contact materials.
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JM Adopts ISO17672

Fundamentals of Brazing Seminar

Tungsten Carbide Seminar
 Featured Applications
Soldering of palladium jewellery
Palladium jewellery is becoming increasingly popular. Click here to view Johnson Matthey's palladium solders.
Brazing of stainless steel gauze
Brazed stainless steel gauze components are used in certain areas of the paper making industry as well as for catalyst catchment applications.
Brazing materials for distributors of refrigeration supplies
World renowned brands and quality products that customers will keep coming back for.
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Over 100 years experience

REACH Compliance

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Cadmium-Free Video

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  News & Events

02/01/2014
Rebranding of Brazing Fluxes (PDF)


06/01/2014
Brazing Products for Stainless Steel (PDF)


14/10/2015
Brazing Tungsten Carbide Seminar 14-15th October


02/01/2013
Looking back at the EU ban on cadmium in brazing - Some FAQs (PDF)


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