Brazing is a process whereby similar or dissimilar metals are joined using an alloy that often includes a base of silver combined with nickel, copper and zinc. High temperature brazing, generally used for carbide products, may employ alloys that contain no silver but use nickel, copper and manganese. Brazing covers a temperature range of 900° – 2200°F / 470°-1190°C.
Brazing? You’ll need the right Braze Welding Equipment, and that includes Brazing Flux from Superior Flux & Mfg. Co. Superior Flux offers everything from a water-soluble brazing flux for aluminum applications to paste flux that promotes successful braze joints for titanium.